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How to Make Beautiful Garden at Home With These Tips

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Have you ever imagined having space nearby to relax your mind? Having a green and beautiful garden near the house is like a dream of every people who have their own house. In addition, to bring the fresh air it also freshens your eyes. How about if I don’t have enough space? You don’t need to be sad, even you just have a small space with your creativity you can make your own beautiful garden. Everybody can do it. So, how to decorate the garden? Actually, there are so many ideas to decorate the garden, and kinds of ornaments to make it perfect. Ornaments give another dimension to a landscape and always catchy along the year.

How to Make Beautiful Garden at Home with These Tips :

1. A touch of Using Ornaments as Finishing

Put the ornaments to show how you shape and use your outdoor space, and it can affect what you feel when you are in it. Consider adding the effect of lights and orange touch to get a cheerful impression. You can mark the entrance to the world of green with a wrought-iron gate for the first impression. Organize hanging lanterns on the branches of the tree to raise your perspective it would be so romantic and pretty. Put a curved bench to help you get an inspiration or inspire nap. Carefully placed, pretty yet practical elements which are offering soft but effective clues on your space such as “Turn here or slow down”. They are looking perfect for your garden and give a garden space a finished look in all four seasons. The trick is organizing enough ornaments.
Guide: choose a weathered iron pendant, with some bulbs removed for a moody glow, hanging from a tree over a bed of agaves.

 

2. Design for Outdoor Rooms

Make your naturally outdoor rooms. Susie Beall who is an interior designer with her architect husband, Ed, said: “a furnished garden shouldn’t look too perfect or contrived.” They have a goal to create outside rooms as comfortable as the ones inside. Place the table and chair to give a comfort when you enjoy the outside room. Keep natural with the kind of wooden table and chair. Consider for some flowers or plants to get the beauty and fresh outside room.
Guide: having succulents along the path with an iron bell hanging nearby the tree.

 

3. Dress Up Garden Entrances

Imagine the way you want to pass. Is it full of flowers? Is it green paths? Or is it white like snowy? You can decorate your garden even in a small landscape. Have passageways and paths to connect a sequence of different spaces. Create a sense of mystery and expansiveness when you strolling it. The Bealls created a journey that begins with a wisteria-draped arbor near the house and winds downhill, across terraces, along walks, and down steps that continue the theme of eye-catching, weatherworn stone. The paths indicate the way; find the best iron arches and gates from gardeners’ supply catalogs and covered with vines mark transitions to different areas. Add the touch of potted bougainvillea, citrus trees, and palms for further accent entries.

 

4. Choose Outdoor Decorations

You must be careful about choosing your exterior furniture. Choose the best and strong one, it must be weatherized. Elsewhere, people created an outdoor living room. They choose the roll – arm wicker chairs from an import store and weatherized them with spray on marine varnish. Concrete pottery-yard pedestals double as extra seats and cocktail tables. Prepare an eating space with a black oval aluminum dining set.

 

5. Another Level of Lighting

One of the best for decorating your garden is sequence a perfect lighting. The most romantic landscape appear after the dark, when the electric lights well placed, spotlight the tree and light up the path and by the glow of the moon. You can set lighting by hanging gracious outdoor lanterns and also make the lights on the house’s exterior walls.

 

6. Home’s Exterior Style

Every people have their own style of home. They choose special ornaments to show the characteristic. Some people may be like the modern style and another prefer rustic style and choose the wooden ornaments. Whatever your home style, the ornaments carry a special touch to the landscape. When you prefer the rustic, harmonize it with the rustic stone for dress up the entrances. Try to set a pediment decorated with dolphins and holding potted succulents in the courtyard to create a focal point. You can set the way to the front door by picking up the pavers in conjunction with the grass; it softens your way to walk to the front door.

7. Get an Unusual Display

It is unique and full of creativity when people see that you have an unusual display in decorating your garden. Decorating is always about creativity. Create your creativity in a green space of your home. It is not bad to put a rusty basket cradles or tabletop succulent, you can also put some unused wooden to stick up the design.

Well, those all some tips for decorating your garden. Create your creativity and see a beautiful green space of your home. Don’t forget to see my other article about Some Tips For Successful Gardening Hope that the tips will inspire you.

Some Tips for Successful Gardening : How to Make a Veg Garden

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Some Tips for Successful Gardening : How to Make a Veg Garden

Hello friend, today I am want to share with you about my tips to make a vegetable garden in my home.
There are always new things to try in the garden in the quest for more harvest with less effort and anything which saves a little time increases our chances of success or saves money is worth considering.

Here are our some tips for successful gardening and how to make a veg garden :

1. Turn a long-handled tool into measuring stick

Lay the device on the ground and place a tape measure next to it. After that using a permanent marker right measurement marks on the handle.
When you need to space plants a certain distance apart, you’ll already have a measuring device in your hand.

2. Rejuvenate old plastic labels by rubbing with sandpaper

A permanent marker will be rubbed away quite quickly, and you will get several years of use out of them.
Or make your labels used clean yogurt pots can be cut into strips to make several labels from one pot.
Old broken roof tiles make attractive markers by labeling with white paint or, for a more natural look, smooth flat stones of various sizes can be written on with paint or permanent marker and can be placed unobtrusively at the base of your plants and reused each year.

3. For an unexpected frost forecast

If you’re all out of clashes and there’s a surprising frost forecast use a terra cotta pot instead.
Turn them upside down and pop one over your pressure seedlings. It will act as a warm jacket against the light frost.
Don’t forget to remove it in the morning so your plant can get the light it needs to grow.

4. Feed Season

If you garden organically, the chances are that come a feed season you’ll have them invest your plants.
Many gardeners tackle this by squishing them with their fingers, but it’s a messy job.
You could try blasting them off with jets of water, but this is time-consuming and uses lots of water.
Instead, try using sticky tape. Wrap a wide strip of tape around your hands, sticky side out, and pack the leaves of the plants infested with aphids. Concentrate on the undersides of leaves because that’s where they like to hide.

5. Tips for you are live in a hot area

If you live in a hot area or have an unusually sunny spot in your garden, you might find that thirsty plants like cucumbers and tomatoes dry out quickly without irrigation, reducing the crop or quality. Make water reservoirs out of plastic water bottles to keep your plants healthy. Drill a few small holes into the cap to allow water to percolate out.
Cut the bottom off the bottle. After you were done with the bottle, sink the upturned bottle into the pot or ground before planting, leaving about an inch poking above the layer of the soil. Keep the bottle filled, and the plant roots will absorb the water as its required.

6. Reduce your water

Reduce your water bill by reusing water from your kitchen. Save the water from boiled veggies and once it’s cooled, use it to water your garden or your pots. If you use a plant-based dishwashing detergent this water too can be used in your garden.
Don’t use it if you’ve washed parts with lots of dairy or meat as you don’t want these products in your soil.

7. For seed that has a hard coating

Some seeds like peas and sweet peas have a hard coat. Once planted out it takes a while for this coating to break down and for germination to begin. Get a head start by soaking the seed you’re using lukewarm water overnight then plant out as usual.

Some tips i got from this video :