Add Thickness to Your Garden

Aug 31, 2012

You may think something is wrong with your garden, but you cannot quite put your finger on it. You may want some business, thick leaves, and vines throughout your garden. If you want to add volume to your garden, you can do plenty of things. If you want to add some thickness to any garden, try adding some lush sod throughout your lawn to add more green and higher-quality grass to your area. You’ll be amazed at how much sod can replenish a lawn, and there will be so much greenery and life in your garden. Try adding vines like honeysuckle throughout your garden. They are lush and will grow just about anywhere. Vines are beautiful to have around your garden, and they will attract all kinds of birds, including hummingbirds. You can place vines around your fence or even set up a skeletal structure to help them grow in a particular direction. You can liven up your garden with plenty of sweet-smelling flowers like daisies and sunflowers. Get large blooming flowers that will add some extra size to your garden, and when visitors walk up to your garden, they will be taken by the sight of giant flowers that will stand out to anyone. Adding some color to your garden will also make your garden multi-dimensional. You can have daisies growing on one side with azaleas growing on another side. That will give your garden versatility by growing all kinds of flowers in your garden for more lushness. Grow flowers and bushes that are leafy and bushy. The bushy flowers are great for emitting natural fragrances throughout your garden. Place some berry bushes in your garden for some fruitful color. To achieve a garden with lots of bloom and potent flowers, ensure your soil quality has a good amount of nitrogen for healthy blooming.