Starting A Beautiful Flower Garden In Your Yard
There is nothing more beautiful than a colorful flower garden surrounding your yard. The view will make you feel closer to nature and can uplift your mood at any given moment. The first step in setting up a flower garden is to decide where you want it to be located and how large you would like it to be. There are many flowers that will grow well in full sun or shade, but many of the most beautiful flowers, such as roses, require a lot of sun. You should also think about whether you want to plant all perennials, all annuals, or a mix. Perennials tend to be more expensive, but they live from year to year, so you don’t have to buy new plants each year as you do with annuals, which are inexpensive. A mix of both means you’ll have a little replanting to do each year, but you can replant easily by using the same holes each year.
Height is an important consideration when planning a flower garden. If your flower garden is a border that is meant to be viewed from one direction, you’ll want larger plants like sunflowers or even flowering shrubs in the background, with the flowers gradually getting smaller the closer they get to the front of the bed. That way you can see all the flowers at once.