Easy Maintenance Gardens
If you always wanted to start a gardening project, but just didn’t know where to start – easy maintenance gardens are the best options for beginners. You might be surprised but there are so many different options and variations of the no-fuss gardening, so you just sit back and read on.
Ideas For Low Maintenance Gardens
Slope Garden By Alfred Hockenmaier
1. Heat-Resistant Gardens
If your summers are really hot, yet you do want your garden to be healthy the entire time, it is best to choose the heat-resistant plants. Such plants might be Annual salvia, Annual vinca, Black-eyed Susan, Canna, Iris, Melampodium, Miscanthus and Zinnia. If you want to include all of the plants into your garden make sure to plant them according to their looks to create a visual impact.
2. Curbside Gardens
It is no secret that to have a beautiful curb appeal you need to create a pretty landscape. Curbside garden is going to help you with creating a nice visual appeal to the curb area. Don’t forget to include low-maintenance shrubs and flowers into your curbside garden. Corner gardens can also adorn your curb appeal.
3. Herb Gardens
Despite being rather fragile, herb gardens are very easy in maintenance. Plant Russian sage, lavender, catmint, Moonshine’ yarrow, Penstemon, Phlox, Purple coneflower and they will not only beautify the space, they will also make it more fragrant.
Drought-Resistant Slope Garden By Farnsworth Landscaping
4. Drought-Tolerant Slope Garden
If you have a little staircase on the hillside area of your property, why don’t you make a little slope garden on it? Well, plant the drought-tolerant evergreen shrubs, perennials, and annuals plants for the low maintenance, and don’t forget about landscaping them.
5. Perennial Garden
The perennial garden will not take much of your time. Such plants as ‘Becky’ Shasta daisy, ‘Frosty Morn’ sedum, Giant allium, ‘Moonbeam’ coreopsis, Purple coneflower, ‘Purple Dome’ aster, Siberian iris and ‘Walker’s Low’ catmint can do miracles to the curb appeal or anywhere you would want to plant them. Try the perennial garden and see for yourself that this garden doesn’t require much maintenance.