1 – Have Flowers
Flowers or flowering plants are a must have for your garden to be appealing. Splashes of different colors blend wonderfully with the green.
2 – Colorful Pots and Garden Art
They give a garden an attractive, fun, and modern look. They also help to categories plants and save on garden space. Garden art reveals your personality. Making garden art such as ornaments using recycled materials makes your garden all the more appealing. Homemade art improves creativity.
3 – Hanging Baskets
Hanging baskets reduces crowding on the surface of the garden. They give it a balanced look, and instantly liven up your garden space. They work best when placed strategically and adequately watered just like all the other plants in the garden.
4 – Weeding
Weeds deny the plants in your garden access to sufficient nutrients. Moreover, they decease the aesthetic appearance of the garden because they grow wherever they please.
5 – Pruning
This is cutting of dead and insignificant parts of a plant or tree to create room for new growth. Unpruned garden will have a shorter life span.
6 – Bring in Some Birds
Small birds breed such as canary and finch ignite some whimsy to your garden. Their chirping, especially early in the morning bring life to garden surrounding it.
7 – Introducing Flower Patterns
Everyone likes patterns especially when they involve a diverse colors and plants. Patterns make the garden look organized.
8 – New Furniture
Incorporating new furniture to your garden is always a wonderful idea. A garden should be a place you go meditate as you go about your duties. You need to make it comfortable and relaxing at all times. Beautiful furniture increases the curb appeal of your outside space.
9 – Installing Lights
Your garden deserves to look splendid even at night. Having tiny lights or lamps in the garden will make it appealing at night as well. To maximize on this, you could opt to have a mixture of colors and patterns. The lighting in the garden is also great for outdoor evening parties and gathering.
10 – Upgrading Furniture and Fixtures
Old and worn out furniture will bring down the aesthetic of the garden. Make a point of replacing items such as rotten benches, cracked and chipped pots, old tables with new and better ones. Regular maintenance needs to be done for existing appliances i.e.: Repainting and greasing when necessary.
11 – Automated Sprinklers
Relying too much on physical watering of plants has proven to be tedious. Man cannot be at two places at once. Therefore, there will be days when you are unable to tend to your garden due to unavoidable circumstances. Installing a modern sprinkler with a timer enables you set the watering time in advance. The result is a greener and healthier garden.
12 – Repainting or rendering exterior walls of your house can also affect how the garden looks as quite often it will be in the background.