Small enhancements like accent pillows or carefully-picked molding help make the inside of a new house feel like home.
The same goes for the outside. It’s the little things—like adding annuals or mulching your garden beds—that make your landscape feel like an extension of you.
Need help adding a personal touch to your new landscape? Keep on reading!
Put down the moving box, and step away from that appliance instruction manual. When you have time to step outside for a breather, here are a few things you can do to make your new yard your own.
Whether you’re drawn to eye-catching flower beds or want to make a practical addition to your yard, there’s bound to be a landscaping project you’ll love. Here are a few to get you started:
Part of making your new yard your own might mean turning it into a secluded, outdoor oasis you’ve always dreamed about.
Trees can help with that. Privacy trees, like yews, Leyland Cypress or magnolias, not only physically close in your space, but they can help make your yard quieter, give off fresh scents and add pops of color. Sold? Great! Here are the best privacy trees and shrubs to plant based on where you live. If you’re itching to get the job done quickly and get to relax, these are the best fast-growing privacy trees.
Seasons may change depending on where you live as well as your landscape to-do list as a result. Here’s the best time to tackle a few common landscaping tasks.