Before starting a garden, it is important to plan according to your possibilities and needs. A new garden is beautiful and makes you happy, but it always requires more or less care, which is time-consuming. We will advise you on how to create it step by step.
In a family house, the garden is usually divided into a front garden, an ornamental garden and a utility garden. The front garden is usually ornamental and fills the space between the house and the street. Behind the house there is then an ornamental garden, which should be used for relaxation and leisure. In addition to the lawn, there may be trees, shrubs or perennials. The utility part of the garden is most often placed at the end of the plot. Vegetable patches, fruit trees and shrubs, as well as a garden tool house and the like will be located in this area.
However, you can also choose the layout of the garden yourself. You will have to decide how big the different sections are, whether you will have an ornamental garden or a utility garden, or both. If you\'re not sure how to plan, you can turn to the experts, the garden architects, who can completely design and realize the whole garden for you.
Include the routes of garden paths, or the location of gazebos, pergolas and other features in the garden plan. If you have young children, you will want to include a playground or at least a sandpit. Larger children will appreciate a garden swing. Once you\'ve worked out what the ornamental and utility parts will be, prepare a planting plan. In it, you will plan where you will plant which plants.
Consider all the requirements of each plant in advance. What kind of soil and light conditions suit them, what other plants they can be in close proximity with and which ones may bother them. You also need to think about the fact that they will need plenty of space for their growth. Check what size the crop can grow to so that you don\'t have to find a new place for it later. How much time you can devote to the garden is also important. There are some plants that are more demanding to look after, others that require the minimum amount of attention.
Even if you study everything conscientiously and follow the rules, not all planting may succeed. Nature has its own rules and sometimes they may not match our expectations. If a plant doesn\'t do well, try consulting more experienced gardeners or experts.
The problem may be the habitat, the amount of moisture, the type of soil, or it just doesn\'t get along with the plants growing in your neighbour\'s backyard fence. And sometimes it may be necessary to try planting a different crop, tree or shrub.