Best decor ideas for your home garden
Gardens are beautiful, aren’t they? If you have one, you’re one of the lucky ones, who have that special space to unwind and relax. And if you can decorate your garden well, it can transform into your own little nook of wonder.
Here are some garden decor ideas for you to consider:
Space & Length
Before anything else, you need to assess the available space and the length to which your plants and trees can grow. Your greenery must have enough space to breed and grow freely and constricted spacing can ruin that. Once you've figured out the space, the rest is easy. If you have a large space, you can plant fruit trees and some shrubbery and other trees such as fig and cypress for some shade. But if the space is small, smaller plants and trees will fare well. A rose bush and other flowering plants will add a splash of color; a flower garden on a raised garden bed is also a good idea.
Raised beds & garden patches
You can also consider making raised beds or creating a garden patch to plant your favorite vegetables; tomato plants, radishes, onions, potatoes, radishes, beans, carrots et al. Herbs will do fine too; sage, oregano, thyme, basil, chillies. Check the soil for suitability. Low maintenance terracotta pots are also good for growing the plants in their initial stages before transferring the plants to the raised beds. If your herbs are flowering plants, they should have access to pollinators for healthy growth. Companion planting techniques can also ensure healthy growth and pest control.
Fencing & outside areas
Have recreational structures and fencing around your garden? Don’t think twice about putting the garden space around them to good use. For example, if you have a garden shed, or a gazebo in your backyard, you could grow some climbers along the lengths of the wooden frames, beams, and ceiling. A splash of greenery against the wood and paint can add more style to the area. This idea can be implemented with trellis and wooden decks too, adding color and vigor to these structures. You can also use the spaces around garden structures to grow those flowers, berries, and veggies that require shade and need to be grown away from direct sunlight as their stems can wilt with too much heat.
Get creative with aesthetics. For instance, additions like a cascading outdoor waterfall, a birdhouse, a statue or an ornate fountain, a small duck pond, a gazebo, a section with a bonsai or a rock garden, or a creatively conceived seating area will all spruce up the decor of your garden considerably.