4 Ways to Upscale Your Garden At a Low Price

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Have you ever wanted to improve the look of your garden, but are not sure where to find the time or money to do it? Not to worry — bringing beauty to your outdoor space can be affordable and straightforward.

With a few upgrades and design ideas, your simple green space may be converted into the ultimate outdoor retreat. Learn about 4 projects you can take on to create the garden of your dreams.

1. Create a Lovely Garden Shed

This could be the most practical feature you can add to your home. Proper garden equipment is essential for maintaining your outdoor space, but without a dedicated home for your tools, your garden will quickly be an eye-sore.

You can even find affordable prefabricated sheds. This leaves only basic installation to you, and suddenly, you have a new space that can be used for storage or even a workshop for your projects.

Already have a shed? A fresh coat of paint can do wonders for taking your shed from bringing down your home’s appearance to enhancing your garden’s overall look. 

2. Plant More Flowers

Flowers are one of the cheapest and easiest garden extras to improve your yard, which may seem obvious. Investing a bit of time in spring to sow bulbs, seeds, or ready-to-plant bedding plants in flower beds or pots will pay off handsomely.

Flowers like chrysanthemums and pansies can be found for quite a bargain and looks stunning on your plant shelves. They can bud again for years to come, making it well worth the investment. They’re also relatively quick to bloom, although seeds and bulbs will take forethought and a little more patience.

Sunflowers and petunias can blossom in as little as 60 days. On the other hand, Tulips and daffodils should be set out in the autumn as they bloom closer to early spring.

3. Add a Water Feature

You don’t have to spend a lot of money to add a water feature to your yard.

Keep it basic with a birdbath, or add a pond if you’re feeling adventurous. It’s shockingly affordable, and even the most hesitant DIYers can put it together.

Adding water features will make the garden look beautiful under the lights at night while also bringing calm and tranquility to your outdoor space.

Not only are these affordable to install, but they consume very little electricity. Some don’t even need any electricity or are solar-powered. This means you won’t see any noticeable changes in your energy bill.

4. Accessorize

Spending more time outside can have a significant impact on your health. The cozier you make the outside, the more time you’ll spend out there, enjoying its benefits. Rather than spending another evening on the couch, make your garden the go-to spot with soft furnishings and lovely accessories and decorations.

You can start with something simple like a seating area with outdoor cushions and pillows. To go even further and make your garden the envy of your friends, consider a fire pit.

You can build a fire pit with a shovel and a couple of bricks or cinder blocks. A fire pit is a great place where your guests can gather and warm themselves on a cool evening.

Of course, some pillows and blankets will certainly go well with this warm fire. When entertaining, they’ll also spruce up any old garden furniture.

Make It Yours

A garden can become a special haven for you. What matters most is that you uniquely make it your own. And the best part is that you don’t need to spend an arm and a leg to make your garden your favorite part of your home. Pick a project or two from this list, and you’ll quickly find yourself spending more time outside.

Martha Stewart
With a profound passion for the outdoors, Martha Stewart has worked in the for the perfect gardening for over two decades. After graduating with a degree in European History and Architectural History, her journey began with a keen interest in the practicalities and aesthetics of gardening. She worked in landscape architecture and garden design, amassing a rich practical experience. Her previous experience includes a tenure at a renowned landscape design firm. She enjoys pottery and exploring botanical gardens in her free time.

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