A beautiful, well-kept and colorful garden requires not only a good plan, but also regular care. It takes at least a few, if not a dozen years for plantings to achieve the desired size. Beginners who like garden art can easily make mistakes in arranging a garden space. Below are the most common ones.
Mistake number 1: lack of a good space development plan
Everything starts with the project. When building a house as well as arranging the space around it, it’s worth using the services of a professional designer to get a functional, relaxing and aesthetic space. Garden design is the same art as interior design. Being at this stage, it is worth answering the question: how much time can I devote to garden care? The number and type of plants that will be in the home space depends on their response.
Mistake number 2: no specification as to what the garden should be used for
The number and nature of household members determine the needs for space around the house and the amount of ideas about how it should look. It is worth specifying your vision of the garden to talk to the designer in showing him the direction in which we want to go. An older couple, who value planting in the form of fruit trees, strawberries or raspberries, may have different needs, while a busy couple with two young children, who is not able to spend more time on home gardening, may have other needs.
Mistake number 3: failure to take into account the surrounding conditions
Designs 4 Gardens must take into account the specificity of the area and the world. Ideally, when the garden is established on the south side – then after returning from work you can enjoy the warm sunshine longer.
Mistake number 4: ignoring the fact that the plants are growing
One of the key points in the design of a new garden is to consider how much space an adult plant will need. Among novice gardeners, a common mistake is to plant too many plants on one square meter, which means that they constantly have to compete with each other for sunlight and nutrients.
Mistake number 5: position mismatch for the plant
This is an equally common mistake that makes more demanding plants, planted in places that are inappropriate for them, begin to wither in the eyes and eventually die completely.
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