Spring is a very busy period - after all, you have to put everything in order after the winter and prepare it before the summer. We need to make the necessary repairs, plant some plants, and take care of others properly, so that they will soon bloom or bear fruit. Thus, the period which should be a rest period turns into a period of intensive work. However, this can be facilitated by detailed work scheduling.

Where do I start?

First and foremost, we must have a good project. It happens that every year we plant different flowers, some we want to transplant, or some plants we want to plant. Not all of them should grow next to each other, so as not to drown out when it grows. Not all of them also look nice next to each other - they may not match the color. In the garden we usually also have some utility items - such as benches or garden tables. We should think carefully about their purchase and planning, because a bad plan can cause us to put a lot of effort into maintaining a garden that will look like a nightmare anyway. I don't think anybody wants that! Therefore, if we have any doubts, it is better to ask for advice from professionals - landscape architects. According to this plan, we can work later.

The fence and other decorations must match the style of the house around which the garden is located. Remember that all materials - even the most durable ones - require repair from time to time, so we have to look after everything with a vigilant eye and patch and secure it whenever necessary. We must take special care of the fence, as it is a true trademark of the house - it is the first thing that visitors and passers-by see. The fence together with the house testifies to its inhabitants. It is best to choose a stone or brick fence (they are the most popular), because their maintenance in good condition is the least troublesome. For a better effect, they can also be combined with wood or metal, for example, which will make the fence much more decorative. Other garden buildings, such as gazebos, are also extremely important. They are especially suitable for large gardens. You can set up a barbecue or deckchairs and have fun even in the rain. It is only important that the gazebo fits into the fence, the house and other garden elements. It's best to use the same materials to build it.


(3) Before planting flowers, paths should be marked out in the garden. They should be between rows of beds so that we can move between plants without trampling them. In addition to easy access to them, you can also make the garden much more attractive - after all, the paths can be covered with gravel and decorated with some small elements - dwarves, or sun lamps. This will make the garden even more beautiful! The main path can lead to a gazebo or to a pond if you decide to do so. Of course, that doesn't mean you can't walk on the grass, but you'll be less trampled by it if you use most of the path. They are suitable mainly for larger gardens. You can use cubes to mark out alleys - it's basically the most popular material. However, in this case, too, the colour must match the whole. Decorative pavement slabs with exposed aggregate can also be used. Along the alleys - be it by the fence, on the terrace or by the gazebo - you can also place decorative pots. Only later, after all this has been done, let us plant flowers, shrubs and trees. Make any changes to the plan - so that we know where to place the work and our garden will be perfect and magnificent!