By early March, we are all undoubtedly dreaming of spring and sunshine. Some of us may have been able to escape winter for a week or two of beach solace, while others buckled down, cozied in and enjoyed some serious Hygge. Either way, we all want to be out in our yards once again, feeling the sun, listening to the birds and smelling the roses.
Here at Sunflower Gardens, we like to take inspiration from gardening magazines, blogs, websites and gorgeous coffee table books.
This is the perfect opportunity to start planning any changes you may want to see within your own gardens or perhaps laying the foundation for a brand new garden installation. Maybe you have a favourite, famous garden design style such as Piet Oudolf’s airy, mass plantings or Gertrude Jekyll’s artistic, pastel pallets.
Or perhaps you have a certain style that you gravitate towards such as English cottage garden or Japanese formal gardens.
Either way, there is a garden style to complement your lifestyle, home and own personal tastes.
Here are some questions to ponder when planning your next garden. Grab your favourite notebook, peruse a book, magazine or blog and jot down your answers:
We would love to help you see through your vision to completion and to tackle any maintenance that arises. Creating beautiful, soul nourishing gardens means the world to us.