It can be difficult to choose the right flowers for your garden. There are so many different plants and to know how to care for each one of them, how to implement them in the right way and how will it all look is quite impossible. So here are some flowers that can be perfect for your oasis.
Exotic tropical white beauty
A tropical plant Mussaenda frondosa, which originates in the rain forests of western and central Africa, is a special beauty. Unusual white whites are visible during the summer. An evergreen flower plant during the summer season is well tolerated by a light but not too sunny place under the clear sky.
This beauty is also called “Bangkok Rose”, and the family Rubiaceae also belongs to Gardenia, Ixora, Pentas and coffee plant (Coffea arabica). Care advice: Use a high-quality soil for flower flowers and do not let the earth dry completely.
Depending on the type of cultivar, musende can grow up to four and six feet, while in the wild many species grow as snowmobiles and rises even 30 feet above the ground. Ornaments on this plant are lovely white leaves that act as gigantic flower petals, while the real flowers are actually smaller, red in form of stars.
A perfect flower cloud
If you want a luxuriant shrub with a refreshing scent in your backyard, with beautifully delicate soft colors, this aromatic gardener is the right choice for you. For the intense and sweet smell of honey that flies over the flower arrangement, the “culprit” is the Primordial Lobular “Easter Bonnet White”. It tirelessly flourishes and forms a thick carpet of white flowers.
Behind it, the “Kiss Yellow” with bright yellow color will go really nice with your garden. In the last middle part for the elegant note and the typical Karie aroma is the silvery color of the leaves of dwarf caries “Aladin” where yellow flowers appear on the summer. The Lemon Slice Hoyer combines a yellow-and-white colored motif with its striped flowers, in the center of which is a yellow star on a white background.
The new star for your garden
Standing flowers in a full, sensual form make the “air of light” hydrangea a beauty that will bring to your garden a new, elegant and gorgeous note. Color is what makes the beauty of the horticulture specific and unusual – a pale shade of greenish skin is so unusual and different from the blue and pink tones that we are accustomed to.
In temperate weather, the flowers open as greenish yellow, they pass in a luminous white color during the summer and get a pink tone in the autumn. You can prune it in autumn, winter, or spring, but this is not necessary for its advancement. If the branches overlap or spoil the form, you can cut them off and if you like it, you can also trim it in the shape of a tree.
In the spring it’s time to start arranging your garden and if you want a place where you can relax and gather your closest ones, we suggest you follow these Feng Shui tips! According to Feng Shui principles, the garden feeds us with energy, and today we will propose elements to help you make this energy pleasant and positive. Implement ideas that truly speak to you and you will have the garden of your dreams
Torches and Figurines
The lamps and other lighting fixtures will bring a romance into the garden and certain mysticism. According to Feng Shui specialists, torches should be lit in every corner of your garden. If there are certain separate areas in the garden, it is good to burn a torch everywhere. You can play with the level of lighting and colors.
When laying lamps and torches, fountains and “music bells”, for more comfort and harmony you need to add figures of different animals, flowers, dwarfs, angels, and villas – choose according to your desire. A figurine that causes you positive emotions is the most important choice. These figures are guardians of your garden and your home.
Fountains, waterfalls, and birds for heaven
The fountain is a symbol of prosperity, wealth, vitality and abundance. The sounds of water help to gather thoughts, to relax, to free from anxiety and negative thoughts. The shape of the fountain (waterfall) may vary, depending on the style in your garden. It is desirable to put the fountain on the southeast side of the garden and it is important that the movement of water is completely or partially towards the house. In this way, you will strengthen your well-being and wealth.
The birds are, according to Feng Shui, messengers of God, they are happiness, harmony, and joy. Keep garden bird feeders in the garden and enjoy the breeze of birds throughout the year. In the end, without birds, it’s hard to imagine any kind of garden.
If your garden has a faceless wall, you need to decorate it properly. Feng Shui experts say that the garden should not be an uneven and plain white wall or brick wall that makes imbalance in the total energy of the garden. You can paint it or, alternatively, decorate it with flower pots. If the wall is in the north, it is best if the drawings are connected with water, if in the east, draw a picture of the forest, if the image is connected to the metal in the west, and if the south is the best picture of the fire.
Curtains are another fine detail that brings positive energy to the garden. You can use them in the pergola, summer house or you can decorate the passages. Choose the curtains that will lightly move even the smallest wind. They not only create an atmosphere of warmth and comfort but slow down the flow of energy that passes through your garden.
Taking care of your garden can be a great hobby and relaxation, especially if you are dealing with it in the right way. Experienced gardeners know what mistakes you should avoid to fully enjoy your garden. If you have plans to devote to your yard, you have to address some of the basic things that happen, especially for beginners. Most important, be sure not to delay the work that you need to do in your garden.
We are highlighting five common mistakes that are experienced gardeners warned us about. Those are the things that can bring you more harm than use and instead of your favorite hobby in which you will enjoy, bring worry.
Many new gardens, instead of going from small things, exceed the budget and have big expectations at the very beginning of settling the yard. It is the best to start with the minor things in decorating your yard. This way you will build your new environment step by step, you will have the experience of success and satisfaction and you will gain a better feel for the climate, sun, wind and all the details in the garden, on which proper selection of plants and practical arrangement is depending on.
Ignoring the composition of the land
Find out what your soil needs and provide it. It makes no sense to plant good plants in a bad soil and then to move them around the garden, buy new ones, and fight in this unequal battle.
Ignoring valuable information
Read labels on seed packs and on chemicals for care and protection. All these manufacturers want you to succeed and that’s why they provide you with a lot of information to help you know where, when and how to plant, what are the preferred conditions, and how the plant will grow. Believe them.
Do you have neighbors with big gardens? Ask them about known problems, pests and, of course, successes. They can save you from some critical mistakes. But do not blindly believe them. Nod your head, and then check the information on the Internet where you need to find reliable sources.
If you really want to have a successful, long-term garden, plant perennials. If you cannot resist one-year plants, plant vegetables. At least then you have beautiful plants, but also food. If your budget is not limited, plant both.
Pesticides and herbicides
Before you start using them, consider whether the problem you are solving is so important, because these resources are not the healthiest solutions for the environment. Keep in mind, there are no perfect gardens. Pests tend to come in waves for years.
Do not fool yourself with “natural chemical” products. These are popular terms that are mostly meaningless. Give yourself a homework and find out what they are made of and what they actually do. Taking care of your plants is letting them grow in their natural environment with other living beings, but it is also not letting them get sick.
In pursuing for the right gardener or garden service provider to perform the task you would like done, here are a few tips:
Best search tool: the Internet. Gardening and landscaping websites can be visited for you to get the information you need. Their websites indicate their services, experience and contact information. The website’s design can also tell you their position in the industry. Look for testimonials to review the work done by the gardener.
Call the gardener.
Your search does not end in the Internet. The website provides the contact number so call them. Talking to them is a further assessment of the level of professionalism they provide as well as the experience they have.
Ask for a written proposal.
The proposal will tell you the breakdown and cost of the gardener’s assessment and help you decide who to hire eventually.
Know what you want.
Gardeners may have all the answers to your questions but the bottomline is, you need to have a clear picture of what you want to do with your space. This way, tasks are set and you will be comfortable with the thought that once you have relayed your plan to a gardener, they can give you the best suggestion.
If you require assistance in planning and designing your space at home then why not look for West London gardeners in your area. You can compare and note reviews plus get free consultation to discuss services.
Landscape gardeners that cover Chelsea offer not only landscaping and gardening consultation and installation but also maintenance services. It is of utmost importance that trimming, weeding, cutting of shrubs and more are maintained periodically for you to be able to benefit from the beauty of your garden.
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