4 Easy Steps To a Beautiful Garden

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Having a beautiful garden is a great responsibility, whether or not you invest some additional effort into flowers or vegetables. However, if you do the basics right, you’ll be left with only a minimal set of chores you need to do on a weekly basis. But before you reach that level, you need to do some through cleaning up, gardening and decorating. In order to save you some time, I came up with the following four steps that made my garden beautiful with no difficulties whatsoever, so check them out!

Start with Brainstorming

For a second, try to forget the previous appearance of your garden, and only set your mind on its landscape. This will enable you to find out if all that space is used properly, because there might be a few simple tasks that you can perform to make it a lot more functional. For this process, I’d recommend that you check out a few different websites that offer tons and tons of different ideas, because this will enable you to take a look at your garden from a completely different perspective. Besides, it’s not like this will exhaust you – you just need internet connection and some time. After you get familiar with all the possibilities, you should be realistic and objectively assess which of those ideas can be applied to your garden, without spending too much money on the whole project, of course.

Then, Move to Cleaning


Whether your garden has been under a coat of snow up until now or you have simply neglected it for a while, the first thing to do is cleaning it. This is probably the most boring part of this project, but it’s quite necessary. Equip yourself with a quality pair of gardening gloves and a pack of trash bags, so you can promptly remove all leaves and while you’re at it all weeds, so you don’t have to deal with it later.

Refresh Your Grass (pick out a type, fertilizer, air supply, watering)

Plants require a different kind of nurturing depending on their origins, naturally.

On the other hand, maintaining grass is a lot simpler. When you’re done with cleaning, it’s time to evaluate your lawn. If there are holes in it with no grass because of the severe climate, you should obviously plant them with seeds, but make sure you pick out the right type of seeds, or a proper mixture of two or more different kinds.

When it comes to fertilizing, this process needs to be repeated at least twice per year – plants need food as well. The second part of feeding them is watering, which shouldn’t be done more than once per week. However, when you do water your backyard, make sure to water it deep – it will give your plants enough water for a week, but it will also keep insects and small animals out of your yard. The third and final part of this nutrition regiment would be providing enough air, so that plants can breathe properly – just make narrow holes by using the first stick you encounter, and it should do the trick.

Get Your Walkways in Order


Before you can really enjoy your garden, it needs to have a few walkways that allow you to move around without getting dirty or disturbing the peace of your plants. Now, you need to determine whether you need to do the walkways all over or if they simply require some remodeling. In any case, something as simple as pebbles can be a great outdoors solution, and it won’t cost you a small fortune. After you decide on material, you should think about whether or not you can do this by yourself – if you lack in these kinds of skills, maybe you should allow experienced people to do it for you this one time, so you can learn from them and so you don’t mess things up.
After you’re done with these three steps, the only thing left is to enjoy your garden! Have a couple of friends, share a meal and have fun. There’s nothing similar to that feeling of fulfillment while you enjoy the fruits of your own work, is there?