Cromwell, Connecticut

5 Landscaping Secrets From Lawn Care Experts September 11, 2019

Cromwell, Middlesex
5 Landscaping Secrets From Lawn Care Experts, Cromwell, Connecticut

Think of your property as a personal canvas, a stunning oasis for relaxing with family and friends. Designing gorgeous front and backyards makes spending time at home even more fun while adding to its resale value. The experts at The Lawn Surgeon in Cromwell, CT, offer some of their best landscaping secrets to help you create something beautiful.

Top 5 Landscaping Secrets From the Pros

1. Hide Unsightly Items First

Hide things you do not want as parts of your landscape, such as garbage cans, air conditioning systems, and compost piles. Plant bushy or tall shrubs in front of them, install trellises with plenty of hanging vines, or use rustic fencing material. You will add texture and diversity to your landscape while hiding eyesores.

2. Create Height

landscapingAdd height to your property by using soil and mulch to create a berm or mound. You can also plant a variety of native flowers or ornamental grasses in this area. If the area does not receive a lot of sunlight, create a shade garden, or make a rock garden using stones of varying sizes and colors.

3. Make Walkways Unique

Beautify plain walkways with low-maintenance border plants such as variegated hosta, mondo grass, blue star creeper, and creeping thyme. If you haven’t installed walkways, instruct your landscaping team to create curved paths with the pavers or stones. Use different stones and pavers for different walkways if it will not disrupt the overall aesthetic.

4. Construct Outdoor “Rooms”

Construct a variety of outdoor “rooms” providing specific functions. Turn a drab patio into a grilling area, or craft a magical space in your backyard for the kids to read and play. For the play area, try filling it with wispy plants, strategically-placed fairy doors, and faux toadstool seats. If this area includes a tree stump, paint the top as a checkerboard or another game table.

5. Work With a Wide Plant Variety

By working with a lovely variety of native plants and shrubs, something is always guaranteed to bloom. Include evergreens at the corners of your house to soften vertical lines, provide insulation, and ensure greenery, even in the middle of winter. The best perennials blooming in the spring, summer, and fall include daffodils, blanket flowers, and geraniums.

Bringing your landscaping dream to lush life is easier with the right company. The Lawn Surgeon is the family-run residential and commercial lawn care business offering the extensive experience and services you want. Proudly serving Middlesex and Greater Hartford counties, this company takes on both large and small jobs. Call (860) 635-1127 to schedule an appointment, or visit the website to learn more about residential landscaping services.

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