Nice garden design with less grass
The grass is a wonderful addition to the equipment of each house and also to the air corridors. You can find there a rest for the eyes and the soul because of the unified green color there.
The fun costs you too much care? You can reduce the glass surface and tortzdem get the effect of this effect!
Do you want to know how that works?
Below are a few simple tips for you!
Remove the grass from the places where it is difficult to survive. Such are the shaded places in the garden.
Remove the grass from the places where it is difficult to survive
You could also keep the grass away from the sidewalks. You can leave a few stripes between the flagstones or right in front of the entrance. But that’s fine, in my opinion.
I would also remove the grass from the places where the grass care is too heavy. By that I mean above all the narrow side courtyards and the less than 3 square meters large surfaces. The effort here is not worth it, do not you think so?
Remove the grass from the areas that are not used for games or entertainment
Remove the grass from the areas that are not used for games or entertainment.
Especially in the yard in front of the facade, caring for a garden makes no sense
Especially in the yard in front of the facade, caring for a garden makes no sense. You can put on beautiful representative and creative designs.
You must be very careful in designing these areas clear of grass. You have to reflect the design inside.
You can apply appropriate ground vegetation to the areas that are difficult to maintain. Once realized, this project will please your eyes for a long time. The right choice with dominant indigenous species ensures less water consumption, avoids spoiling and you will not need much fertilizer.
Ask your gardener which plant will grow for more than one or two seasons!
You can apply appropriate ground vegetation to the areas that are difficult to maintain
Replace grassy areas by planting areas with ornamental effects. These will be more visually appealing and promote biodiversity. On large areas you can do without grass, if you put on instead of trees, shrubs and perennial plants. These kind of landscapes would also contribute to the solution of some monoculture problems. The larger selection of flowers will attract more birds, butterflies and other species to your garden. Such lands are more environmentally friendly.
After all, the big meadows are kind of visual deserts, do not you think?
After all, the big meadows are kind of visual deserts, do not you think? Replacement with alternate plants provides more interesting interactions. Color, texture, shape and slimming! These are all elements that we find fabulous in the paradisiacal gardens.
Replace grassy areas by planting areas with ornamental effects
They do not feel like learning the different rules associated with the plants. However, if you choose the plants appropriately, you can achieve a pleasurable and sustainable replacement of the grassy area.
Grass can be replaced by edible plants
Grass can be replaced by edible plants. Do you no longer wish to have your own grown vegetables, fruits and spices on your table? Think creatively and create small terraces where you can prepare the vegetables and other useful plants.
A great garden
Make your life more interesting: replace the grass with amusement grounds. So you would have more space for the beautiful games of the children and for meetings with friends and families.
Replace the grass with amusement grounds
Imagine the combination of lush plants, fire and rippling of the water in combination? Does not that sound any more appealing than the boring grassy area?
An outdoor space
Do you have a lot of grass in your yard? Do you intend to grow such! This is no longer the most modern and trendy solution. Paradise certainly has little of it!
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