Saturday, November 21, 2015

Landscaping Tips; Different Landscaping Guides (part 1 of 2)

A landscaped garden is indeed beautiful to look at. And in fact, most people want their garden to be landscaped; no matter how small or big the garden is. And did you know that if you want your garden to look as fabulous as those gardens in the magazines, you don’t even have to hire a professional landscaper just t have your dream of having a beautiful garden realized. There are lots of landscaping themes and designs that you can do all by yourself. Besides, there are lots of books and magazines where you can find information and do it yourself landscaping tips.

If you don’t know what specific landscaping design will suit your garden or if you are still choosing for a specific design, there are lots of information available online about the different landscaping ideas that you can adapt for your garden. Here are some landscaping tips that you could use according to the kind of landscape that you are planning;

Desert Landscaping Tips

When considering desert landscaping, you have to keep in mind that deserts also experience cold season; not only hot days. Hence, you have to think of a landscaping design that will adapt to the abrupt changes in the temperature of deserts. Consider the types and kinds of plants that you will buy for your desert landscaping; make sure that it can withstand extreme heat and likewise extreme cold. In this case, it is better to buy plants from local desert nursery as they know what kind of plants are best for this kind of landscaping. Aside from that, the local nursery owner can give you tips on how to care for them.

When it comes to watering, there should be no problem for your desert landscaping plants especially if your plants are evergreens and natural to the area. However, if you plan to include flowers or vegetables in your garden; you have to make sure that proper amount of water is given. A sprinkler system that has a timer so you don’t have to sit all the time you are watering your garden.

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