August, 7

Restyling Your Garden For The Summer

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Where there is a garden, you will probably want to sit in it and enjoy it! Whether you have plenty of grass or paved areas, you can still decorate the area to make it special and inviting. So where do you begin? Do you need garden furniture or perhaps flower planters?

Garden lighting 

The garden lighting should serve you mainly in the evenings and be used for multiple reasons. These include security and aesthetics. You need to think about how you want your lighting to function in the garden area. Do you want to highlight your trees? Do you want to scatter your lamps?

You can scatter lamps in several focal points in the garden and at several heights and play with its lighting colors and intensity. This will give your garden a more unique look, playing with the eye. You will also want to install a dimmer so that you will have the option to dim the garden lights to your pleasure and create the atmosphere you desire. 

Furnish the garden 

Garden and seating furniture should absolutely be what you are comfortable with and what you like. Since this is your personal garden, you want to make it as close to your tastes as possible. Look at your garden and try to imagine what furniture would be most suitable for your character. What do you enjoy doing in the garden? Do you like to sit with a coffee and a book alone? Do you enjoy gardening and pottering around? Do you also enjoy doing yoga in the garden? Create your atmosphere according to your tastes.


Fencing in the garden does not mean that you should feel that you are in prison and that you do not have the opportunity to go out or enjoy the view if you have one. You can choose different styles that have slatted fences, these will allow you to see through areas. They may have limited privacy but won’t have you feel cut off from the world. Or you can choose optimum privacy instead. You can decorate your fence with pots and seedlings that you can plant along the entire fence and give it a floral look. 

The bottom line is, your garden is your refuge to breathe some fresh air! It is a place to rejuvenate yourself and enjoy nature. It is a place to watch the wildlife and enjoy hearing the birds. 


There are a plethora of flowers to choose from. Therefore, you will want to choose wisely.


La Echinacea is a herbaceous plant whose flowers, which germinate in summer, are very beautiful. It reaches a height of about 70 inches and loves direct sunlight; In fact, in order for it to grow well, it must be placed in an area where it is directly exposed to the sun.  


Geraniums are herbaceous plants or shrubs whose flowers bloom most of the year, from spring to late summer. They reach a height ranging from 30 cm to a meter, depending on the species. They can be both in the sun and in partial shade, and they too need frequent watering in the summer.

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