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Garden Designs

Gardening is something that many do for the love of nature and a chance to relax. Some do a little and are happy with that, but others take it much more seriously.

They may come up with amazing garden designs that would take your breath away. Those are always a lot of fun to view, and can be even more fun to grow.

It might be compared to putting together a very complicated puzzle and hoping everything comes out just right.

If you want to put together your own garden designs, you should think a lot about your skill and knowledge of plants. You want to think about color and design, but you also have to think about caring for the various plants that you choose. Some are harder than others to care for.

It can be problematic for those who don’t have a lot of time to mess with hard to care for plants. If you are pretty sure you have the time and the talent, go ahead and see what you can do on your own.

You may want to design a garden but have no idea where to start. Why not start small to see what you can do on your own? Don’t be scared to ask for help or advice.

You can find many people who work in home improvement stores, specializing in gardening, who would be eager to assist. They may even have some gardening classes that you can attend, and these are normally free.

If you want to tackle garden design without any outside help, but you are really coming up empty when thinking about what you want to do, you can always find ideas in many places.

You can find some great ideas by doing an image search for gardens on the Internet, or you can look through gardening magazines for things that you like. Use some of the ideas you find to make up your very own garden design.

You will have something that is all your own if you mix and match, then add some things that are special to you. After your first go, you may find you have enough garden designing talent of your own.

While spending some time in your garden and enjoying it, many more ideas will definitely see the light.

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  • miria 21 Jan 2011, 14:27

    would like to plant a hedge in existing well landscaped garden.

    Hedge/trees would have to be placed behind 4 trees of which 3 are Oleas and 1 main tree (for shade) Cape Ash!
    It is a North facing wall.- +/- 17 metres in width

    Oleas have grown very little and I need immediate privacy. Please help

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