Planning a garden

Even though it could seem like a lot of additional work, it is always best to prepare a rudimentary plan before actually commencing planting. The objective of drawing up your process is to have an end result that is both attractive and practical. The practicality will decide how straightforward it is to sustain your garden after it is accomplished. It’s essential too, in your setting up to make an effort to envisage the final outcome.

  • Will the chosen colors go with each other?
  • Will the final size of a particular variety remove attention from the neighboring plants?
  • Will the final size be a trouble to buildings, electric lines or telephone lines?

If you are planting trees or large-sized shrubs, you will have to take into account the expanse of the root system, so as not to cause trouble with water and drainage pipes and structure foundations.

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