The Best Garden Design uses Plants you Love
Flower gardens give me joy. Flowering plants in large masses and drifts with the occasional individual to keep it interesting. Pairing plant shapes and colors with others that complement and contrast creates visual excitement and abundance. Indeed, the kind of abundance that means you can pick selected stems, here and there, to create stunning flower arrangements for your indoor rooms. Bring the garden inside and feast your eyes.
Bonus: Savoring the Flowers is a quick Relaxation or Meditation Technique
A Noom recommendation for a 1 second practice of mindfulness is to “notice something around you that is beautiful, or something that makes you smile”. Your garden inspires that practice easily.
One of the reasons, I usually include a bench or sitting area is to encourage you to sit for a moment and let your senses engage. A major stress buster!
A Garden You Love Starts with a Design Plan
Making a garden you love to look at and be in starts with a plan. That way all the things you love about gardens can be included and placed to work with each other and entice you into the gardens spaces so can reap the benefits to your body, mind, and soul.