Easy Gardening Tips for Beautiful Carefree Landscapes

Easy Gardening Tips for Beautiful Carefree Landscapes

We all want to enjoy our yards, but sometimes we make too much work for ourselves. To help you to get more from your outdoor time, here are some easy plants that just want to chill out, the same as you.

  • Easy Trees: The Japanese Maple is a favourite of landscapers all over the world. With its pleasing shape and wonderful fall colours This tree comes in a variety of sizes to fit any project. Magnolias are synonymous with grace and beauty. Mainly for their lovely large and aromatic flowers but also because of their ease of maintenance. Crepe Myrtle is another beginner friendly tree. It has spectacular summer flowers and develops into a tree with lovely character. Maintenance of mature trees can be arranged at http://www.arborcomm.com.au/
  • Easy Shrubs: Azaleas are a long-time favourite of beginner and experts alike. With 10,000 cultivars available you will be busy picking your favourite. Hydrangeas are another easy shrub that provides long lasting bursts of colour in lovely round bunches. The Burning Bush sounds dangerous, but it is named for its vibrant colour. This is an excellent shrub to add some fiery red to your garden. With this bush it is the leaves not the flowers that bring the colour.
  • Easy Flowers: Daylilies are very easy, and they will reward you with big flowers that will be the best feature in any bouquet. Lavender is celebrated for its scent, its colour, and medicinal properties. A simple plant that isn’t fussy about conditions. Coreopsis is a bright, happy flower that is loved by people, birds, and butterflies. It will be a bright addition to any garden plan.
  • Easy Landscaping: What most people think of as easy landscaping is not having a lawn to mow. It is definitely a good idea to limit the amount of grass you need to cut. Slow growing short varieties of grass will help with that. But the best way to cut down on your landscaping is to make use of landscaping fabric, so you can create areas without soil that very few voluntary plants will grow in. This is where you get creative with smooth, uniform gravels, rock features and islands of growth that are easily contained. Also, having an underground irrigation system with a timer will take another task off your hands.

A good plan beats hard work any day. If you got a difficult garden, hopefully some of these tips will help you get back on the deck enjoying yourself. Instead of fussing over menial tasks.