This is a somewhat random collection of ideas that you can use to create a feature in your garden. Don’t be put off by Number 1 which would seem to be more suitable for a public park than the average private garden. The next one is a rock border which I do like and there are plenty of other interesting ideas including some that use bright pink, red and blue (although not together!). These ideas come from an article which I found on the Garden Lovers Club website.
We love fantastic gardening ideas of all stripes and, if you?re familiar with our site, you know that we love to share our very favorites.
For this gallery, we searched around to find the most eye-popping ideas that are achievable in the average backyard. Some of these are simple DIY projects, while others involve purchasing?specific decorative and functional products.
The unifying theme is that they are all subtly gorgeous additions to any backyard.
Whether you?ve got a sprawling lawn and extensive garden, or a relatively compact space to work with, you?ll surely find something here that captures your imagination. The more natural, subtle ideas are often our favorites because?they often sneak into our view with a fresh?sense of surprise.
Another common element with these ideas is that they all appear seamlessly woven into their respective environments. There?s nothing out of place or stylistically incoherent about these gorgeous gardens and backyards.
One of the biggest compliments that can be paid to an elaborate backyard garden setup is that it looks to have been all designed together in one cohesive sprint. Each element perfectly complements the others in a fluent language.
With subtly gorgeous projects like the ones we?ve shared below, that goal is easily attainable. Without further ado, let?s get on with these?fantastic backyard garden ideas!
1. Garden Statues
While this option can range in price from relatively cheap to wildly expensive, depending on your taste in statues, it?s one of the most classic and elegant garden decorating solutions out there. People have been planting statues in the landscape almost as far back as written history goes, so there?s a lot of tradition behind this idea. Whether you?re dropping something small and subtle, as pictured above, or something much more substantial in your garden, you?ll be enjoying a fundamentally timeless decoration.
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