Your garden is already lovely, thanks to the flowers that bloom and adorn it. But then again, you can always add a little more beauty to that garden by giving nature a hand in tweaking here and there. I mean, yes, nature can do so many wonderful and natural things, but it would be a lot better if we can share our skills to help her flourish more. What better way to do it than designing your garden’s landscape? You may also see Garden Landscaping Designs

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You can start with natural stone pavers cut in square and surrounded with large pebbles. This gives that manicured look, but still doesn’t veer away from being a garden when lined on the edges with small shrubs. Give it a wooden walls to give it that simple elegance. You may also see Gravel Landscape Designs

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If you aren’t a fan of large pebbles, surround the natural stone pavers with lawn and add some raised plant holders. Stick with the colors white, beige, or black for the walls to make those raised plant holders pop. Use tall and slim plants as walls to this type of landscape and add concealed lightings to give it that natural glow. If you want the lights on the ground, go for big and round floor lamps and have them installed and surrounded with pebbles or lawn. You may also see Pool Landscape Designs

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