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Embrace Creativity Through Your Garden

Embrace Creativity Through Your Garden

This is a sponsored guest post written by Jen Brenner.

There are so many ways you can choose to express your creativity. One of the often overlooked ways is through your garden. Gardening is an art form, and you can get as creative as you want. With these garden tips, you can use your garden as a form of expression.

Be you

One of the great things about gardening is the incredible variety of plants. Think about your personality and think about how you can express yourself through your garden. If you were a flower, what kind of flower would you be?

You can go as simple or elaborate as you would like. For a simple and down-to-earth look, you can plant moss and ferns. Or, you can go tropical with pineapple plants and mango trees. A garden can be anything you want. Make it structured and well-defined, or a chaotic mess.

Get artistic

You can get as creative as you want with your garden decor. Potted plants are great in gardens, and you can paint the pots for added decoration. Or, make your own garden pottery. If pottery isn’t your thing, check out the thrift stores or clearance racks for fun decoration. Find a funny gnome or a gnarly gargoyle to watch over your garden.

You can even make your own identification tags for your plants. Write the names of your plants on shells. Or, write them on corkscrews and place them on skewers. There are many unique ways you can identify your plants, and each one adds flair to your garden.

Be as colourful as you want

Flowers are bright and colorful, so why not make use of all the colors? You don’t have to stick to one color scheme. Be as bright and bold with the colors as you want. Spend your time at the local nursery and choose the most colorful flowers you can find.

Don’t forget that leaves can be colorful too. While flowers are great, some plants have leaves that are just as vibrant. Think out of the box and you can end up with a garden that the neighborhood envies.

Compost is key

If you want your garden to look great, you need good soil. And one way to do that is to use a composter. With one, you can recycle your kitchen scraps and make healthy soil. That soil is the perfect place for your new garden to take root.

Before you get your composter, there are a few things to consider. You want one that can hide the scent of the decomposition and keep out pests. Durability matters, as does its size. You need to do your research first. Before you buy one, check out some of your best options at http://compostbinhq.com/.

There’s nothing like a beautiful garden in your backyard. It can be your escape from reality when life gets tough and it can be your creative outlet. The next time that you want to get creative, head outside. You may end up creating your most beautiful masterpiece yet.

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