By . Garden. Published at Wednesday, June 06th, 2018 - 23:31:08 PM.
Have you heard of wabi sabi garden design? The wabi sabi aesthetic grew out of Buddhist philosophy in Japan and involves an appreciation for the forms and changes of natural landscapes. Wabi sabi gardening allows the gardener and visitors to explore the beautiful ways nature changes manmade objects and landscapes.
More intricate pocket design requires individual small beds among stonework or installed as part of the patio space. This does not require a professional unless you are not up to building such accents. You can use containers to the same effect.
We all want dramatic curb appeal in our landscapes. One way to accomplish this is to use brightly colored, eye catching plants. The problem with adding too many bright plants is that it can quickly turn from eye catching to eyesore, as too many of these colors can clash and become uncomplementary. To avoid this, you can use color blocking in the garden.
Overuse of common plants. With over 400,000 species of flowering plants in the world, it often amazes me that no one can seem to find anything to put around trees besides a ring of hostas. One of the most common mistakes in landscaping I come across is the overuse of the same old humdrum plants. While there are hundreds of different varieties of hostas that can be used to create beautiful shade gardens, that singular ring of variegated hostas around every tree in the neighborhood is quite boring and unnatural looking.
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