Though most people are not willing to go to extreme lengths for their dream garden, they ought to have a grasp on what style of garden suits their own personal tastes and needs before planting.
The oriental Japanese theme is extremely popular at the moment; it is heavily influenced by bamboo and wood in general with screens and plants being very prominent. They tend to have a sectioned off sitting area and then a garden with flowers surrounding it and a walkway through the middle to enjoy some quiet thinking time. They are very serene Japanese garden and are perfect for busy professionals working in the city.
Philadelphia Garden Summertime has officially made its debut. And while we move into those “lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer”, are you perhaps wishing you had a professionally landscaped lawn and garden to enjoy them in.
If you’re a fan of fishing, boats, cruises or military naval history then a nautical theme will be right up your street. Have a large pond with fish along with a raised decking area surrounded by rope to sit on. Decking in Cape Town is big business at the moment, it is one of the largest trends as it is a great way to smarten your garden and have a really nice sitting area and matches perfectly with the nautical theme.
A golf theme may seen a little garish and crude to some people but actually it actually looks really good, at the conclusion of the day golf courses only consist of grass and sand (within the bunkers). If you are a gold enthusiast then convert your lawn in a putting green, cut a hole out and also have a flag in it so that you can practice on there and then perhaps have some slightly longer grass where you will sit and an actual bunker you can hit out of. If you live inside a particularly wet country or would prefer not to have the hassle of cutting it all then you could go for artificial grass.
Chinese gardens mostly concentrate on rocks, architecture, trees and, lastly, other plant material. All elements of this design are highly structured.