Plant A Tree
Trees can immediately improve the look of a garden and are easy on your wallet, too. Smaller trees such as crab apple and ornamental cherry add new focal points to your garden. Three should be enough for an average size garden.
Edges & Boarders
Use edging to create distinct areas, line walking paths and showcase plants. This thrifty project can gives any garden an instant makeover creating the look of a manicured lawn. Use bricks, rocks or get creative for a personalized touch. Revive beaten paths with a fresh layer of gravel.
How Does Your Garden Glow
Drench your garden in a warm glow with Outdoor Fairy Lights. Inexpensive and easy to DIY, lights can be arranged through shrub and tree branches or attached to furniture and fencing. Creatively suspend them for additional awe factor.
Add A Water Feature
Create an atmosphere of tranquility in your garden with a water feature. A treat for your senses, water features sounds as lovely as it looks. Water features come in all styles and sizes and can work in even the smallest of gardens. Plant an old galvanized tub up with aquatic plants and water-lilies to upgrade your garden in less than a day.
Build A Mini Fire Pit
Forgo the large, expensive models opting to create your own tabletop pit on the cheap. Pick out small bricks or stones depending on the size you seek. Add a little mortar to hold them together and place on a grate and enjoy. Perfect for entertaining groups, a romantic evening for two, or relax solo on a cool night in comfort.
Creative Seating Throughout
Different types of seating can be added to various areas of the garden. These affordable additions offer an inviting feel to your garden and can offer areas for relaxing solace. Shaded seating can be a breeze by adding a bench around a tree. Pick a private, quiet area to hang a hammock for instant burst of serenity in your garden. Place a swing in a corner for a romantic new place you’ll love to go to escape.