Enjoying The Paradise You’ve Cultivated In Your Garden | Pip Milburn
Your garden is very much your own little paradise, to explore and enjoy. And if you’re looking to spend a bit more time out there, it’s time to set things up right to ensure you can stop and smell the flowers whenever you want to! It’s time to get out of the house and leave it be for a little while, and see what you can cultivate in the space outside.
So, here are some ideas to keep in mind for optimum paradise conditions – you deserve to soak up nature and everything good about it, and in your garden, you’ll always have the opportunity to do just that.
Make it Sunny and Colourful
If you want to enjoy your garden a little bit more, make sure it looks good! Plant some colourful flowers, make sure the colours flow from each other in a semi-ombre effect. Make sure there’s plenty of greenery and texture, even if that means letting your lawn grow out a little and letting that hedge get a bit more errant.
This helps to add vibrancy and life to your outside setting, and that’s lovely to sit out in – it helps to encourage a lot more wildlife to come on down too!
Set Up Your Patio Right
Your patio is a big part of your garden, no matter where it is. Usually you’ll find it directly outside your back door, and it’ll provide a little space for you to stand outside without getting covered in mud or having to venture too far in bad weather. Patios usually come with the house, or they can be very easily laid or decked down soon after you move in.
But when it comes to ensuring you can enjoy your garden no matter what, you’ll need to put a little more time and effort into setting it up. You need to cover it up, to provide some shade from the sun and a porch to stop the rain. You’ll want to create an atmosphere too; a little firepit in the middle might be a good idea.
Shop with garden furniture providers like Alice’s Garden to ensure you’re getting value for money; you want the seats and tables you purchase to last a long time, and be durable in the weather. Not only that, but you need them to be comfy to use for hours on end too!
Light it Up
And if you want to spend evenings out there, make sure you’re setting up lawn lights, and even a string of fairy lights here and there. This will help to ensure you can always see what’s around you, and helps your garden to feel a lot more cozy than it did before.
And outdoor lights are usually pretty cheap, so you can dot them all over the place! Even create a little light show if you want to, with fading effects and darker parts of the garden here and there.
You’ve got a paradise outside, so enjoy it!
*This post is a collaboration.