Flowers hold a universal appeal. Thus, it’s no wonder that any gardener craves a mesmerizing flower bed in his garden, either partially or wholly. To help in this, we share some valuable tips about flowering plants that would prove highly useful.

  • You first need to do adequate research on flower plants and select out species that would best grow in the climatic specifications of your garden or yard space. You must have a balanced mix of different types of flowers like annuals, colorful bulbs, ornamental grasses, vines, seasonal bulbs, etc. It will help you plan the right color scheme with appropriate texture contrasts.
  • It is very important to pre-plan your flower garden architecture design and style. For instance, a cottage style garden would demand an exuberance and mix-and-match approach, while a contemporary landscape would focus more on material selection and flower-bed shape.
  • It is then important to outline the shape and size of your flower garden by using a garden hose. It is smarter to start with a small area and gradually expand it.
  • When selecting your flowers, you must also pay attention to the height of each flower plants. They must not hinder the view of your house or cause any kind of inconvenience. If required; the tallest plants can be in the center, and the remaining plants can surround it. The tall plant can serve as the focal point as well.
  • While designing and selecting the flowers, you must also consider their year-round interest and staggered bloom times. It will help prevent your garden from looking bare in autumn and winter.
  • When planning the flowerbed design; choose three or more, but an odd number of plants of the same kind planted together or spaced apart. It creates an excellent visual trick that lends a cohesive look to your flowers and eliminates any jumbled look.

With these tips, you would be proud of your flower beds.



Jeffrey Morgan

The author Jeffrey Morgan