Some gardens are more beautiful than others. They have a great combination of colours, fragrances, and flavours. They also have a variety of textures. These gardens are designed to appeal to our senses. They are also designed to attract birds and insects. These gardens are usually simple, but they can make a big difference in the enjoyment of your garden space. Let us understand how we can create a beautiful flower garden!
Adding flowers or flowering plants
Adding splashes of colour can really break up the green in your garden and add some variety. Try sowing both annuals and perennial flowers, like cosmos, hydrangeas, sunflowers, and marigolds. Or, you don’t specifically have to plant flowers at all – a wide range of herbs and vegetables have beautiful flowers too. These include chives (purple), spring onions (white), dill (yellow), thyme (pale pink to purple), basils (white or purple), pineapple sage (red), rosemary (purple), rocket (white), as well as all flowering vegetables and fruits.
Take care there isn’t excess weed
Weeds can be a right pain, especially when they start to flower and spread their pollen everywhere. You can get rid of them by composting them, which will also give your other plants a boost. If you don’t want to waste time weeding, consider adding mulch to your garden. Not only will it make it look nicer, but it’ll also stop weeds from being able to take root.
Decide on your favourite theme for aesthetic and colouration
One way to create a greater impact in your garden is to use plants with the same foliage or flower colour. By grouping plants together by colour, you can create a beautiful, cohesive look. Plus, it’s easy to do!
Take a look at the colours in your garden now. Could you rearrange them for a better effect? For example, putting a group of four or six plants with the same coloured flowers in a container will have a greater impact than just adding one flower. Surrounding these with another contrasting colour will help ‘frame’ the picture.
This simple principle can add balance and beauty to your garden – plus, it’s a great design trick to use!
Use colourful pots and garden art
Feature planters are great for adding a bit of flair to your garden. A brightly coloured pot is a great example of how a little can go a long way. Do you have any pots that are extra special to you? Maybe a pot that’s really heavy, or one with a beautiful fruit tree or favourite plant in it? You can use design techniques to make these pots stand out even more.
One way to create visual interest and make a particular pot stand out in your garden is to surround it with plants or other pots that are smaller in size. This will help to create a sense of unity, as the eye is drawn to the feature pot and then around the rest of the garden.
If you are looking for a lovely flower garden for yourself, Shrushti Agro is the right nursery to help you out with plant selections and guidance to take care of it. We also provide a wide range of fertilizers and manure that will support and nourish your plants.