By Marielle Dufour. Patio. Published at Saturday, July 20th, 2019 - 05:54:14 AM.
Patio gardens have become very popular and are not that difficult to create. All you will need is, of course, a patio, potting soil, flowers and plants, rocks or shipping peanuts, water features, flower pots, planters and other accessories you may wish to add to your backyard patio garden. The first step toward creating your patio garden is to record on paper how much sun hits this area at different times of the day. You will need to keep track of this for several days in a row in order to get an accurate idea.
Combine Decks and Patios- You can really give that stylish look to the outdoor area of your house by combining a composite or traditional wooden deck with a patio created from brick, stone, concrete or other materials. A wooden decked gazebo will also match well with your patio furniture. It can increase the artistic value of your house.
The first step to patio designing starts by creating a focal point for the garden. Wooden wagons can act as a centerpiece of your patio garden. They provide a tinge of depth and height to your patio, apart from adding a striking backdrop for your plants or for elevating plants of your preference. Wagons look best when decorated with bedding plants, tiny potted plants, large bushy plants and hanging greens. You can avail this core to create unique gardening conditions like preparing the soil for acid-loving shrubs and so on.
Patio ideas can be alluring not to mention functional. You might want to construct a patio design with old world influences. Have a look at "tumbled" bricks that are not really antique but have been treated to seem aged. Texturing surfaces and utilizing unique colors also can help blend the existing with the new.
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