Everyone loves a good bonfire! Fire pits are an indispensable part of a summer party or a chilly spring night with a glass of wine and some s’mores. Fire pits last for years and are a breeze to clean after every use if well designed. If you’re not into the fire pit, a built-in stone fireplace is another wonderful option and both can be made from a variety of materials, shapes, sizes, and colors.
Plant Some Spring Trees
Trees are a great way to brighten up your backyard. While trees are an easy addition, it’s best managed by professionals to ensure that it grows properly and has time to get established in their new home. When choosing a tree consider what it can add to your landscape in color, shape, texture, and utility. Yes, utility! Trees don’t have to be limited to maples and evergreens. Depending on where you live a fruit tree is a great way for fresh ‘backyard to table’ produce! We suggest an easy fruit tree like dwarf apples, mulberries, and cherries.
Hardscaping And Pools
Are you looking to have a cool summer? Your patio isn’t limited to your doorstep. Extending your new patio to your pool area is a great way to create a seamless, well designed space and keep your landscape balanced. Due to the nature of the pool water, plumbing, and positioning, the design element is critical to avoid water damage to your surroundings and plants. Expertly installed hardscape are made with properly sealed and appropriate materials so the constant splashing from your pool water doesn’t erode away the paving.
Grow A Natural Garden
The cottage-core landscaping trend of natural-style gardens has been going strong in the last year, however, there’s a way to enjoy wildflowers and bold, natural plants without letting it all grow wild and free without a design. Manicuring your free-growing garden with hardscaping helps keep everything in its designated area. Choosing ornate bricks is a great way to add flair to any front or backyard for curb appeal or a beautiful entertaining space full of whimsy.