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Flower Bed Borders

Flower Bed Borders

Flower Bed Borders

Flower Bed Borders

The size, shape and levels of a mixed flowerbed or border will be influenced by the existent garden. Depth and breadth of the flowerbed should be taken in to account as much, as the proposed colour scheme and season of interest, and the height and character of the their surrounds.

A simple plan for a border in front of a hedge could have tall plants placed at the back and shorter subjects to the front. With large borders its better to set plants in groups rather than individually, or a spotty effect can, be created. Tall Read the rest of this entry »

Flower Bed Borders

Flower Bed Borders

Flower Bed Borders

Flower Bed Borders

From the start, you can plan to have perennials blooming at dissimilar seasons, (for example, the iris, which reaches the peak of its bloom just as the peony season begins). Visit your local independent nursery to find the plants that do best in your geographical area.

Once you have decided on the perennials you will use and know accurately when they bloom you can then plan to fill in the gaps that ar left by their passing with prolific, quick-growing annuals. If you have the room you can plan to have a potting bed, Read the rest of this entry »

Flower Bed Ideas

Flower Bed Ideas

Flower Bed Ideas

Flower Bed Ideas

If you are into gardening, you obviously know what a difference a border can make to your flower bed. It is non just about giving your garden a polished look. It is about improving visual appeal and creating your own style.

Although the edging ideas ar only limited by your imagination, here ar some democratic ideas that you can borrow to enhance the look of your garden.

o Plants: This is the most commonly used edging. You can use plants like shrubs, perennials, flowering plants or even small trees around the border of Read the rest of this entry »

Flower Bed Designs

Flower Bed Designs

Flower Bed Designs

Flower Bed Designs

When thinking about a scheme for flower beds, the tendency is to concentrate almost exclusively on the question of color. While color is obviously important and undoubtedly the primary class to consider, it is not always recognized that flowers posses other visual properties such as form, shape, size and texture. Whether you like it or not, these characteristics affect the boilersuit look of the composition, either for good or for ill.

Personal taste aside, genuinely satisfactory results can only be achieved if the plants go together to form a symmetrical composition. One rule of design that Read the rest of this entry »

Flower Bed Borders

Flower Bed Borders

Flower Bed Borders

Flower Bed Borders

Having a garden in your backyard adds a refreshing dimension to your home’s outdoor space. Flower beds especially can serve to accent a yard and to give it color and vibrancy. In order to keep flower bed soil in place and to prevent lawn grass from growing on the flower bed soil, garden borders are needed. The idea behind using these borders, or garden bed edging, is to keep the flower beds and garden beds separate from the rest of the lawn, thus allowing the flowers and garden plants to grow on their own. Not only that, but garden Read the rest of this entry »