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To have flowers in abundance without space limits there is nothing better than planting them in a large garden. All seats are ideal for setting it up, such as a terrace suitable for a roof garden or inside a normal house fence perhaps surrounded by pebbles or paved walkways. If, however, you have a garden, there are some fundamental tricks to consider to give it a new face by setting a design. To make it effective and elegant, it is necessary to have a soil and above all the possibility of creating a space of vital importance for sowing flowers and prestigious plants.
The proportions are important. If the area is rectangular, the image of a garden is pleasant when its length is about two and a half times the width. The natural focal point is the creation of the background, in fact if in the immediate vicinity we have swimming pools or masonry works the design that we are preparing to give to the garden in preparation would not have the desired effect because it creates a useless overcrowding and a superposition of harmful images aesthetics. When choosing plants and flowers it is also important to avoid a green spot that is too isolated, which can be depressing and distracting by underestimating the colors of the other flowers and making them disappear into thin air. An area can be used as a garden, making it circular, octagonal or remain square. The eye always tends to look towards the center and every plant or floral composition inserted must above all be proportioned to the surface. If in fact it is small it will give a feeling of inadequacy while if it is too large, it will create a sense of overcrowding. To create large gardens there is therefore need for large dimensions, and also not to be overlooked during the design project is to privilege all that is green instead of inserting benches or stone materials that prove inadequate but above all tend to ruin the project of the so-called "model garden".
GARDEN DESIGN: THE STANDARD PROJECT
Transforming barren land in a home or a sea oasis may seem like an impossible task to accomplish. In fact, these works of make-up are often reluctant because it is thought that the sandy soil, the excessive sun, the strong sea winds can frustrate the work. By paying a minimum attention to the local climatic conditions, however, you can choose the plants that are best able to coexist even with apparently hostile climates. As we know, plants are divided into three basic categories: annual, biennial and perennial; Well, we must know that the latter are the most suitable to survive in difficult or presumed climates. The ivy plants for example are suitable for growing in dry soils, but it is always advisable to improve it with the overlap of healthy soil and organic compounds, as well as with abundant irrigation and excellent drainage (sprinkle the soil with peat) they can create stability. In the setting up of a garden in case of strong winds, the construction of boundary walls or leeward hedges prove to be effective for the protection of herbaceous and climbing plants. A combination of clever techniques and therefore robust perennials that thrive in difficult conditions, allow you to practice the art of gardening against any adversity.
GARDEN DESIGN: ENGLISH STYLE
If your idea of garden beauty is reflected in the traditional ideals of great English estates, this style of interpretation may be suitable for you. The scheme here is particularly colorful and elegant and includes numerous shades of blue, purple and lavender, illuminated with sparks of white and touches of primrose yellow. The individually planted hollyhock is rich in natural mixed colors and the more pronounced rose tone provides warmer color accents. Normally, it takes several years to develop a garden like this. Perennial plants will all grow together forming lush flowered beds in a very short time and every single flower will seem to follow the other in a constant crescendo, changing the chromatic effect in a spectacular way to say the least. If we are in a hurry and do not intend to wait for the reproductive cycle of perennial plants, we can avoid sowing depending on the season of the plants that we can define as temporary (of the annual type) so as to fill in the gaps while waiting for the final flowering of the planted type. However, to obtain a luxuriant and elegant English garden with sparkling colors, it must be prepared in an optimal way, maximizing fertility, porosity and the retention of soil moisture. Your efforts will be rewarded with an entire summer of generous blooms.
Garden design: DESIGN GARDEN: THE FEAST OF COLORS
For garden lovers, the primary ambition is to create a garden with a design made of multiple colors that only flowers can give. With this selection there will be no need to run to the flower shop for special occasions, but you can have blooms for all tastes and colors all summer long! This garden can be filled to the brim with some of the most colorful, attractive and fragrant flowers, making them appreciate the magic that only nature can offer. Try to imagine a garden with the bright red colors of geraniums or climbing roses mixed with the yellow of the tulips, up to the violet which is lost among the shades of butterfly flowers like the aquilegia or the intense green of ivy leaves and others evergreens. A show that gratifies the eyes, the heart and enhances the design marked by us.