How To Create A Clutter-Free Garden: 6 Tips

6 tips for a clutter free garden cover

Remember of cleaned off porches we’ve told you about? Today we’ll have a look how to keep your garden clutter-free too.

  1. Reclaim the entry. Block off a corner near your entry with a trellis, train a vine to clamber over it, then tuck a bench behind.
  2. Make a park out of a path. Make an entry path feel more like a nature trail than a garden walk.
  3. Limit your plant selections. Give the stars of each bed enough room to show off. Then restrict the supporting cast to a few plants that complement them.
  4. Use one plant per pot. A single plant with a bold, sculptural shape is easier on the eye than a mixed planting.
  5. Use a neutral color palette. Neutral colors are restful to look at, and here, they frame views rather than compete with them.
  6. Create an oasis. A place that indulges your senses and feels like an escape can be as relaxing as a spa visit or an island vacation.

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Reclaim the entry

Reclaim the entry

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Make a park out of a path

Make a park out of a path

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Limit your plant selections

Limit your plant selections

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Use one plant per pot

Use one plant per pot

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Use a neutral color palette

Use a neutral color palette

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Create an oasis

Create an oasis

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