Welcome to 2013! It's going to be a great year for gardening, What are some of the trends for the coming year? Let's take a look at What's In for 2013 when it comes to your landscape.
Sure they're a fun addition to your garden. Interesting to watch and add some color and beauty, too. But there's a more important reason to play for the birds and bees. Hummingbirds, butterflies and bess are responsible for many good crops and keep life growing.
It doesn't have to be a large water feature or a running stream, a bird bath, a small fountain or a tiny pond can make a difference. Water is relaxing, it's pretty, it helps filter the air and it will attract animals and birds.
Using native plants in your landscape are cost-effective, easier to care for and also provide natural habitat for native wildlife.
Low maintenance gardening allows you to enjoy the time you spend tending to your plants because you won't suddenly find yourself in the middle of an all weekend project. It all comes down to what you plant. Plants that don't require a ton of care.
Green, sustainable and eco-friendly.
Curves are in when it , but sometimes a clean neat line still works.
Not only does lighting set a mood, but it also extends the time you can spend working on your landscape.