Forget the view from your window. I think soil health is probably the number one problem when it comes to people who have problems with their plants. This is one of the most common mistakes in garden design. Using too many decorative items in the garden creates a distraction and makes the garden look messy and busy.
If you're going to start designing a garden without a plan, you're not going to keep in mind what you've thought or imagined. On the first warm day after being locked inside all winter, you go straight out and plant a row of tomatoes. Keep the rectangle of the lawn, reduce the plantation in the hope of creating a design that requires little maintenance, leaving too much “creative” space when you don't know what to fill it with. For example, plants that require full sun should be grown in a sunny location, and plants that require dry soil should not be grown in moist, soaked soil.
You've invested all that time and money digging and planting a beautiful border, but without proper edging, it can look unfinished and messy. Native to the Mediterranean region and a member of the mint family, rosemary is a charming and easy to grow plant with great culinary and ornamental value. Gardeners add the uniquely flavored leaves of common garden sage, a perennial herbaceous plant, to sauces, fillings, poultry, pork and sausages. Depending on how much your family eats from a given crop each week and each month, that will determine how many plants you should plant.
Native to the Mediterranean region, this plant prefers climates with lower humidity, so keep foliage and roots away from excess moisture. It is important to consider the direction of the rows of these plants to ensure that they receive maximum hours of sunlight during the growing season. Alternatively, you can invest in a subscription to a plant to ensure you get shrubs that fit your outdoor space. I bought a bunch of plants and brought them home only to discover that I had vastly underestimated the number of plants I would need to fill the space.
Not only the plants, but also the furniture and materials you choose automatically give your garden an atmosphere. Plan every aspect of your garden on paper, use the help of gardening software and make a list of the plants you would like to grow. Before you plant or place the containers in the exact spot, go inside and look through each window to see what they will look like for a good view.