8 Ways Gardens Come Alive in the Dead of Winter
You can perk up your winter garden by employing a few tips and tricks that instantly give your backyard a much needed facelift.
Though the ground’s now frozen and flower buds have long since been forgotten, your garden doesn’t have to suffer a dreary winter fate. Some plants and flowers actually thrive in cooler temps, allowing you to infuse a bit of color into an otherwise gray and brown landscape. Additionally.
1. Decorative Architecture
Decorative architecture adds instant personality to your backyard garden. Install architectural pieces during the early spring through fall and then enjoy them year round. The decorative architecture includes fences, gates or entryways, in addition to statues and large, interestingly formed rocks.
2. Winter Shrubs
Plant a shrub–or three–in your garden that will withstand winter’s frigid temperatures. Alternatively, plant an ornamental grass, such as the pink muhly, that tolerates winter weather.