Mostly in late autumn, a dismal picture spreads in numerous gardens. So that your garden does not look boring, here are 4 tips for a beautiful decoration in the garden.Let your imagination run wild
Tip 1 - selection of decorations
In addition to hay and straw, collected nuts and chestnuts, colorful pumpkins and autumn leaves, and twigs of branches are also available for the selection of decorations. In addition, dried artichoke flowers, lantern flowers, ivy tendrils, stonecrops, rhizomes, dried fruits (e.g. orange slices), etc. However, flowering asters, chrysanthemums and heather are also often offered in the nursery until the turn of the year. Which can be used to spice up the autumn decorations in many colors.
Very funny: You can tie lovely figures out of hay and straw. Just give it a try.
Tip 2 - decorate
All types of frost-resistant terracotta vessels and metal troughs in entrance areas and terrace areas are ideal for decorating. But even in the flower beds themselves, an autumnal arrangement quickly becomes the eye-catcher of an entire garden. In the mostly stormy autumn season, however, it is always advisable to fix the decorative items firmly within the respective arrangement. For example with wire, bamboo sticks, nails, wire mesh and the like.
Tip 3 - flowering plants
All fresh plants must always be placed directly in the soil or in the planter to be decorated. You can then drape the decorative items selected for the plant nicely around the plant.
And while shortly after the turn of the year Christmas roses and snowdrops sprout freshly from the ground, these delicate flowers attract special attention when they are highlighted. For example, with fresh pine green that you can loosely place around these groups of plants.
Tip 4 - create mood
It is particularly important in the cold season that these decorations also create special moods in the garden. From mid-September until November, the large pumpkins are often hollowed out and decorated with candle lights. Especially in dark hours, these pumpkins are particularly cozy. But small lanterns in which candles flicker look particularly beautiful in the garden.
The placement of parchment bags along the garden paths, which can be very atmospherically equipped with tea lights, has also become particularly modern. However, you must not lose sight of this decoration.
Around Christmas time, you can easily replace blooming flower sticks with Christmas decorations, such as Christmas tree balls or shiny garden balls. Likewise, numerous Christmas decoration items for the garden area will also be offered in specialist shops.