Enhance the view from below your deck by using including planting beds to camouflage the leggy helps. Here, a six foot huge flower border become planted around the base of the deck and stairway. It no longer handiest hides the decks unsightly underbelly, but it additionally provides lots of coloration thru the summer time.
Stairs placed close to the water curve gently down the shaded slope, creating an interesting landscape shape. A stepped down stream appears natural as it trickles over large stones and plants grow closely at its edges. Variegated hostas offer visual relief from the mostly deep green tones of the landscape. The expansive garden relies on large swaths of just a few densely spaced plants.
Just a few plants provide enough visual contrast for a heavily shaded space. The shape of a path can speed or slow people through a landscape. Here, gentle curves wind their way through a shady space, prompting visitors to stop and admire the plants. Placed at a curve in the path, a large boulder acts as both an element of visual interest and a respite area.
Add colour to even the tiniest lawn corner with flower filled pots and planters. Bins are easy to hold, and you can pass them to wherein you want coloration the most. Just do not go overboard. You do not need to crowd your space with a multitude of tiny pots that get on your manner whenever you pull out a chair. In this tiny outdoor, small clusters of pots are set properly faraway from the dining region so people can experience them with out tripping.