Garden / July 2, 2018 /
Use repeat patterns to your planting to hold the garden collectively. A row of small bushes, box bushes, shrubs or embellishes positioned at regular periods offers an order that appears properly and has undying appeal. Create contrast among the simple geometric shapes of lawns and paths and include some loose, blousy planting spilling out of the flowerbeds.
Pests are another concern for gardeners. After all, rabbits, squirrels, slugs and more feast on the tasty plants you are growing. Seaweed mulch is also a great way to deter pests without harming your plants. You may also consider planting mint and marigolds in your garden as pests seem to keep away from these.