A small outdoor space doesn’t mean that you cannot have the garden of your dreams. Circumstances mean that some people have no option but to live in a small home with a small garden, for others, it is their preference. Whichever the reason Principal Landscapes advise that you can build a perfect garden if you customise the landscape design according to the space available.
Although smaller, it does not mean that you cannot use as much imagination to create your landscape design as you would if you had an enormous garden. The space might be limited, but your ideas need not be. To make sure your garden is utilised to the maximum, consider some of the suggestions we have made below.
Get creative with the shape of the garden because it’s a primary factor in determining the overall look of it. You can choose whatever pattern you like and what suits best according to the location and the available space.
Don’t settle for a conventional rectangular shaped lawn. Think outside the box and try a circular, oval, or even a square shape. Trim your plants and the edges of your lawn to convert it into the desired shape, to add some multi level dimensions consider garden pots from thebalconygarden.com.au.
Is your home the first choice of your family and friends for outdoor gatherings? If yes, then opt for smart furniture choices to maximise the potential of your little garden. Invest in folding chairs, extendable patio tables, or choose bench seating that will take less space than single seats.