Blossoming Gardens Tips and Techniques for Gardens In Full Bloom Throughout the Year
A lovely and well-kept garden is definitely a thing of beauty and a joy forever. This is a visual delight and a respite to tired eyes. If any garden is to satisfy the aesthetic senses of its owner, it is going to be a mixed garden. It is going to have all sorts of flowers, which are going to play their own important roles in the creation of one whole picture.
The adornment for a beautiful garden is going to start with an emerald green carpet of grass with plenty of beautiful colored foliage and plants which are going to make a very soul satisfying whole.
That means the gardener whether he is experienced or an amateur gardener should have the knowledge of all the various groups of flowers. These are going to be employed in the creation of the garden. He is also going to need to know all about the general principles of gardening, and applying these principles to the various groups.
These flowers can be divided into perennials, annuals, roses, biennials, rock plants and even alpine plants. Apart from this, your garden can have water plants and others which, by virtue of their usefulness and good looks are going to be accepted as essentials in the planting of a beautiful garden.
What really makes a garden resplendent in beauty and grandeur is the large number of flowers in their myriad hues planted in different color combinations and designs. Your garden is going to have a number of flowering plants planted so that there are blossoms all the year around.
This book is going to tell you how you can achieve that particular aim, and also tell you tips on how to take care of your garden throughout the year. Apart from this, you are going to get to know all about the common varieties of flowering plants and trees available easily to you all over the world, local and exotic.
Honeysuckle is one of the creepers, which should be a part of any garden.
Your first priority is to look for plants, which are easily available in your locality. They should also be easy to manage. The greatest care is going to be taken to fit all these different flowering groups together so aesthetically and carefully in the general theme of your garden that when the job is finished, you do not see any sort of incongruity or unsuccessful effect.
This means that you are going to have some basic knowledge of each particular group and you should have the capability of using such knowledge to create a natural effect. This is going to be pleasing to the eye and to the brain. This is definitely not going to be grotesque, showy, florid, and blatant.
You can achieve this particular affect by almost unlimited combinations, as seen in the glorious multitude of gardens, all over the world. Somebody has used his inner vision to create a thing of joy and beauty forever. You are the one who is appreciating the fruits of his vision and hard work.
So it does not matter if your garden is just a small one. Do not rush into this garden making plan because, like Rome, it is not going to be built in a day. But 15 years from now, you are going to appreciate the amount of time taken in checking the suitability of the soil, the conditions of your garden, the choice of the plants you planted there and also the end results of some of the experiments you did. Consider this to be a great adventure.
Your lawn can either have a rock garden in the middle, or it can have blossoming shrubs.
This book has given you plenty of information on how your garden can be kept blossoming throughout the year round with the combined glory of seasonal, perennial and permanent flowers.
It is going to take lots of care and planning and good gardening knowledge which can only be gained by experience. But it is definitely going to be well worth all the efforts when you see the rich spectrum of rainbow colors of flowers, enriching your garden, and giving you pleasure throughout the year.
The list of annuals, perennials, and biennials is endless and that is why there are just a limited number of flowers given in this book. But you would want to look around for other flowering varieties from the millions of flowers available to you in your land, locality and area. We are still lucky that we have not managed to kill off all these beautiful flowering plants, though of course we are trying our best to do so with pesticides poisoning our soil and chemical wastes poisoning our water and air.
So as long as we are alive, let us try to enjoy the splendor of mother nature in all her bountiful glory, and try not to take these things for granted, because who knows the next generations coming after us may consider Green Trees, flowers, Gardens, and blossoms to be figments of the overactive imaginations of their ancestors!
Live Long and Prosper!