Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Small Garden

Small Garden

You have to choose this design if you do not have a lot of space around your home because you live on a small lot. This design
creates interest and variety regardless of your actual square footage. It is a particularly useful form around townhomes and patio homes.
Many people with Italian style two story homes also like this form because it is an excellent way to decorate a balcony.

Small garden can be planted near any form in a yard. Their primary purpose is to accent another form. Examples include gazebos,
architectural walls, small arbors, and iron gates. Adding a small garden to any of these places brings color, dimension, and a sense of organic framing to the scene.

We choose plants whose color, sizes, shapes, and textures create an illusion of enlarged space. One technique we heavily rely upon is to use several different shades of green. This layers the design and keeps it from looking like a monotone patch. In most cases as well, we use more than one color of flowering plant for the same reason.

The actual size of the plants themselves will vary based on where the garden is planted. If we are installing plants near a very tall wall, for example, we want to use something that will compliment the vertical impact of the structure. On the other hand, if we are lining the circumference and radiuses of a small circular courtyard patio, we want to create a border around the hardscape that will enhance its appearance without overpowering its appeal.

Minimalist garden should feature natural accent with a material that is not too much, especially if the house has a large window. Besides the health aspect and comfort of residents is to note when making a minimalist garden. You know not, a narrow residential minimalist dire need of oxygen supply. Well, the oxygen requirement can be obtained from the photosynthesis of green plants. Therefore, multiply the green plants in the garden is minimalist. Oxygen can also be obtained from the element of water. 

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