Planning for a theme for your Garden? Having a theme for a garden is a great avenue to express your creativity. When choosing a theme for your garden, the only limit is your imagination. Do your best to make your garden unique.
One great example of a themed garden is a Japanese Garden. This type of garden is a traditional-looking garden adorned with Japanese aesthetics, philosophical ideas. In a Japanese-themed garden, it is best to avoid artificial ornamentation to highlight the natural landscape.
Japanese theme gardens are calming and relaxing. To show more of that Japanese aesthetic, you can add pagoda pillars, a private pavilion, and a koi pond with a bridge. You can also incorporate round outdoor planters with a bonsai for this theme.
Another theme that you can do is a desert garden. Is it possible? Definitely! The biggest obstacle for this is the desert soil. There are specific plants that are adapted to this type of soil and arid conditions of a desert. Make sure to do your research.
A butterfly garden is also a great option. You can guess from the name, you’ll need to attract these graceful creatures to your garden. The key element for this type of garden is flowering plants. You will need to create colourful flower beds to attract butterflies.
There are specific garden plants that butterflies love like sunflower, cosmos, and dianthus.
The hardest part of creating a themed garden is keeping up with the theme, Once you start with your theme, make sure you don’t deviate from it. Once you have settled with an idea, everything else will follow.
What theme would you like for your garden? Does your garden have a theme?