Spring Landscaping Ideas

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#1: Create Curved Beds

Straight-lined flowerbeds can be boxy and rigid looking. This year, soften your landscape by rounding the edges on your beds and using curves to add flow. This simple change will make an immediate and dramatic difference in your home’s spring curb appeal.

#2: Diversify Your Plants

Everyone has their own favorites when it comes to landscape plants. But going with the same plants every year can be boring and predictable. This spring, it’s time to try something different. Plant a diverse selection of plants and shrubs, so you can have different plants blooming at different times of the year. This will help make your landscape colorful and interesting all year long.

#3: Use Lighting to Your Advantage

Landscape lights aren’t only for lighting walkways. With so many different types and styles available, you have limitless options for using lighting throughout your landscape. Lighting not only adds charm to a garden, but it can also showcase points of interest.

#4: Install Garden Seating

One of the most popular spring landscaping ideas this year is going to be garden seating. Instead of designing a basic garden, build a garden bench and plan your layout around it. This will turn a regular old garden into a backyard retreat where you can sit among your plants any time you need a break from the stresses of life.

#5: Add a Water Feature

A water feature is always a welcome addition to a landscape. The beauty of it comes in the fact that it doesn’t have to be a major installation. You can go with something as simple as a self-contained patio fountain or something more ambitious, like a layered waterfall and pond installation. You’re only limited by your imagination and budget.

#6: Make a Personal Park

If you have a large enough yard, you can turn it into a wonderland of flowers and plants this spring with a meandering walkway of crushed stone, wood chips, or other natural material that connects points of interest to each other. Incorporate outdoor art, a fire pit, seating and other elements to make it into your own personal park.