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Small Yard Landscaping Tips To Make Your Small Space More Interesting – One of the problems that you may experience as a landscaper or someone trying to landscape their own page if the page is too small, you will have problems trying to figure out how to fill it. Many times it will seem like everything you add makes it even smaller. This post is a few tips for landscaping a small yard.

When a very small area, such as the atrium, the first decision is whether or not it is just to look at or if it can be used for dining, entertaining, or relaxing. If you have two small areas, one can fully planted and the other for outdoor activities. If designed properly, the room can be turned into a very friendly and comfortable.

Using container plants, espaliers, vines, and hanging baskets is a good way to get the maximum out of the small space green. Plants that are miniature versions of larger plants help achieve broad quality. The large shrubs like pineapple plus guava can be trimmed to look like a multi-trunk tree, and fool the eye. A row of golden bamboo stick can be thinned to a lot of space to give the illusion of a forest. Partner plants must have small leaves, such as nandina or juniper. Use small stones, small 2 x 4 decks, and small pebbles to protect the ground to complete the look of a small Japanese garden.

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