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Creating Your Perfect Garden

Creating Your Perfect Garden

Robin Williams once said, “Spring is nature’s way of saying “let’s party!” Get your party started by creating your own perfect garden! Expanding an outdoor living space can be fun and enjoyed all summer long. Before you begin, you may want to consider some essential design and construction elements to ensure form and function match your expectations.  For starters…  

Be Aware of Your Space

First, consider the location and size of your space. Does it lend itself to cozy and intimate or provide plenty of room for games and activities? Some things to consider for maximizing space are adding levels, paving, and the right furniture.

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Choose Your Style

Like your home, every garden should have a style and some distinctive touch! There are many common garden styles such as Modern, Cottage, Japanese, and Coastal. Choosing a style gives your garden a personality. You can add fun garden décor like birdbaths, or other beautiful landscaping artwork to match your chosen style and bring your garden to life.

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Today’s Weather Forecast

Give your outdoor living space and garden the best chance for flourishing by understanding the weather each season brings and what plants will do best. Your local extension office will offer many resources and educational programs about landscaping, gardening, and the overall conditions of your area.


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Make Room for Traffic

Pathways welcome guests and help assist with traffic patterns or navigation. Flagstone makes great pathways and compliments the style of a garden. Other affordable options include mulchgravel, or crushed limestone pathways.

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Using these tips and some individualized touches, your garden is sure to be nothing short of perfect. Start planning your garden design today with the materials you need from GE Landscape Supply. Call 402.467.1627 or visit and let us help you... Dream It. Design It. Build It.

Published: May 18, 2022