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Unique Landscaping Blogs for Everyone

Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Mary. I love to write, and I know a lot about landscaping from personal experience. As a result, when I decided to create a blog, it just made sense to write about landscaping. Over the years, I have done everything from building retaining walls to making fairy gardens, and in this blog, I plan to include a unique range of articles on a plethora of landscaping topics. My hope is that these posts will inspire you to improve your landscaping and make your home feel more welcoming. Please, stay and read as long as you like, and if any of my posts move you, I invite you to share them.

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Landscaped Beauty | 3 Landscaping Tricks To Elevate Your Home's Curb Appeal

Backyards are natural additions to most Australian homes, so chances are you probably have one too. Landscaping is an excellent way to increase your home's curb appeal because it adds a touch of softness and delicacy to the space. While you may not have much experience, these easy landscaping tricks are designed to help you uplift the look of your home without much stress.

Retain The Concept Of Repetition

Too many homeowners stress out about introducing different types of flowers and plants to their garden. In reality, this will give the entire landscape a cluttered and jumbled look. A great idea is to repeat the same flowers and plants you use, so that you can maintain similar colours, shapes and plant varieties in the garden. For example, if you have a rose garden, you may want to stick to the same flower or different flowers in similar colours to maintain a sense of landscaping homogeneity. In the case of gardens, repetition is actually a good sign. This easy landscaping trick will also reduce your effort because you won't have to worry about looking for multiple varieties of different flower and plants for your garden.

Use Plants That Perform Multiple Duties

Another easy trick is to choose plants, shrubs and trees that serve more than one purpose in your backyard because this allows you to make the most use of your space. For example, planting a dense-foliage apple or mango tree provides aesthetic visual appeal for your home, allows you to consume organic homegrown fruits and serves as an excellent solution for offering privacy from your neighbours. Similarly, certain shrubs, bushes and trees planted near east or west facing windows will make a home look attractive, while reducing the impact of sunlight on windows. These ideas are simple to implement without requiring much work. 

Divide Spaces For Adding Visual Interest

A great way to add visual interest is to create separate spaces and zones in your backyard. This will give each area its own unique identity, while contributing to the overall aesthetic appeal of your landscaped backyard. For example, low hedges and fences around a flowerbed will help you create your own flower garden. Shrubs planted around a water structure will help you create an oasis-like feel to the space. Curved hedging around a footpath will create a well-defined walking area in the garden. These structures are great for adding visual interest to your backyard and are easy to implement on your own or with the help of a landscaping artist.  

Add interest and appeal to your backyard by following these easy landscaping tricks.