By Raymonde Souchon. Patio. Published at Tuesday, August 06th, 2019 - 04:01:55 AM.
Plants and flowers have an astounding effect in converting your patio into a more attractive and appealing retreat for a relaxed evening. A beautifully designed and comfortable patio reflects the tastes and aesthetic sense of a homeowner. Patio gardens do not require much space, and can thrive without ample maintenance needs. Patios with some natural light can easily sustain decorative flower plants as well as edible items as vegetables. There are several ways to design your patio with a thriving garden paradise.
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 landscaping of a patio mainly depends on the floor type, space available and design of the patio. A vertical garden can be an excellent idea for a totally cramped space. You can create beautiful borders or fences using the concept of vertical gardening.
There are a few to choose from when deciding for a patio umbrella's pole. Popular ones are wood, metal and fiberglass. Wood is a standstill pole. If you do not need something that can rotate or tilt, then this is the pole for you. Metal poles are strong poles that can rotate and tilt. These stylish poles are flexible and are most suited for iron patio set. The lightest pole would be the fiberglass poles. It can naturally enhance your patio. It gives comfort to eyes and your guests will love it too.
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