Any gardener can make his garden not only productive, but also pleasing to the eye. To do this, you need to think over and then implement your idea. Start with the beds. Make beds-boxes out of them by removing (chopping) them around with clean boards. Then choose for each of them such plants so that, in addition to the harvest, they would look good from the side and please the eye of both yours and people passing by.
If the garden and the garden are in the same place, then it is best to combine them. It will look very nice if your garden, beds, pergolas, arches, balustrades, flower beds and flower beds are made in the same color and style.
But in order for everything to be good and beautiful, you need to constantly monitor and take care of your garden. Only those people who live outside the urban high-rise buildings next to their gardens, dachas, gardens and who really like to take care of the garden and make beauty out of it will be able to do this. And this is very hard work, it requires a lot of time, patience, experience and knowledge.
In the event that your garden is not planned to be used to get a large crop, then a small area is enough. A small decorative garden does not need a lot of money and does not require very large labor costs. With such a garden, the townspeople who come to the dacha-garden only on weekends can quite cope.
Naturally, cultures must be selected that do not require daily care and will feel quite good even without your weekly absence.
When breaking down an ornamental garden, a flower garden, everything should be planned in advance. Prepare material, seeds, etc. from the winter. Consider the size of plants, the timing of their flowering, when they will bear fruit. Pay attention to the overall color scheme.
Insofar as in the middle latitudes everything begins to bloom for real only in the middle of summer, spectacular perennials should be planted: sorrel, rhubarb, strawberry bushes and, of course, a variety of onions. Then already at the very beginning of summer, your beds will look very beautiful.
It is recommended to combine vegetables with spice beds where thyme, hyssop, lovage, sage, parsley and other herbs of this type will grow.
Empty beds, on which heat-loving crops will later be planted, should be planted with flowering seedlings – marigolds or viola. They are unpretentious and can be easily transplanted later to other places in flowering form. You can also put pots of rosemary, room geranium, laurel on empty plots.
It will be very handy to have a seed bed. On it you will grow vegetable plants to replace. For example, in place of a grown and harvested radish, you can then plant a grown head or leaf lettuce.