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A Quiet Corner

A small garden space doesn’t mean you can’t have the garden you want. Having small outdoor living space does not mean that you can’t have a dream garden. With spring and planting season just around the corner, now is the time to choose a garden design for those small spaces and get started. Many of these ideas are great even if you do have big garden space, but just want something a bit closer to the house.

Whether you want to plant vegetables, flowers or have your own herb garden, you are sure to find a garden idea for your small space. There are many ways that you can turn your small space into a large garden area with little work and in most cases, with little money out of pocket. If you can’t get enough of beautiful terraces then here are some more small urban garden design ideas for you.

A garden can be one of two things, a gorgeous paradise or a hell of unfinished jobs. 

There are plenty of ways to give your garden an instant lift without having to call in a gardener for some hard landscaping. We’ve brought together our favourite summer buys, quick tips and easy garden ideas that will spruce up your space. And most can be done in the time it takes to mow the lawn!

Does your patio need some attention? Try moving things around for a fresh take – could the bench or table and chairs be repositioned? Plant plenty of tubs around the seating area with scented blooms and herbs for you to enjoy.

If you have a summerhouse or shed, consider giving it a fresh coat of paint for an instant lift. Fences might need a facelift too, so think about colour blocking to add some modern pizzazz to your garden. Alternatively look at using bamboo or reed screening positioned in front of fences to transform the look – these options are eco-friendly too. 

Other projects to consider include an easy water feature, such as a tub, to add the soothing sound of running water without having to go all out and install a pond, or creating an outdoor ‘kitchen area’.

If there is a dark, gloomy corner, try transforming it with a weatherproof mirror positioned to create a focal point where there previously wasn’t anything to see but cobwebs. In a small, enclosed garden, it can also create the illusion of space. If you’re itching for a lush green lawn, but don’t have the time to put into keeping it trim and watered, artificial grass is the answer. No longer a taboo, thanks to some super-realistic designs, you won’t be afraid to tell your neighbours what’s got them so green with envy.

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