Monthly Archives: November 2011
Most of the people have their own taste of autumn landscape design, some have little kids and thus decorate their yards accordingly (such as spider webs, ghost sheets and so on) whereas some have enough space for any kind of landscaping ideas, like me. In the past, I had to decorate my front yard according to my little kids, but now I don’t, so if you do have enough time for some landscaping work like me, why not change the entire landscape design of your yard in autumn? Then let’s get started now!
A cottage garden maybe described as a modest, informal garden, full of flowers, vegetables, herbs or a combination thereof, that’s attached to a private cottage or house. The plants are often perennials, though annuals can be planted for colour. They’re planted in borders or beds and trained on trellises or arbores. The style is traditionally English.
Making a beautiful and thriving cottage garden that seems artless is harder work than it looks, but for the gardener the results are immensely satisfying and the work is worth such a kind of landscape design.
Storm water can cause significant damage to a home or community, whether it’s by way of backed-up or stopped pipes, soil erosion or flooded roads. With a bit of ingenuity, your landscape can prevent the destruction that rainwater could cause. Follow these tips to help ensure the next heavy rainfall doesn’t damage your landscape design or the neighborhood in general.