If you have acquired a garden that is completely concrete, and dream of having a luscious garden with many plants, or a wonderful area to entertain guests or have the kids play, then we thought we’d put some of our tips to achieving this dream.You’ll probably be wondering where to start, and if it is possible to do such task. But you can somehow turn your dream into reality. Ask Paul from Greenside Landscaping to make a 100% worth in your garden.
Have you thought of what you want from your garden and how it should look? If it’s done, put together a plan so all of your ideas can be written down, and how much concrete you want to go. The next thing is to get rid of the concrete. You may want to DIY, ask help from people you know, or hire a company to remove the concrete.
Ensure your location is well prepped. You may want to get rid of dirt and clear out garden furniture or anything that gets in the way. You will need to ensure you have the right machinery and tools to do the job well. It will also save you time especially that you are breaking a lot of concrete. You can also refer to Paul from Greenside Landscaping who knows more about landscaping.
Once you’ve totally got rid of the concrete in your garden, you may want to outline which part you want your lawn to be. You can exactly shape it including where you want to see your new patio. You can also study where you want to plant various plants and flowers. Once everything is laid out, you will find a rich soil to grow your plants and flowers.
Once everything is ready, you can use artificial lawn which is perfect for the garden. There is no need for watering, weeding and mowing, as you sit back, relax and enjoy the present surroundings.
Choosing a traditional lawn will also require you the seed to germinate, grow and to create your lawn. You need to prepare it for many weeks or months before it fully covers your garden. You also need drainage to allow water to pass through. You can always ask Paul from Greenside Landscaping to know if this will properly suit yourneeds.