Gardens are naturally beautiful, but sometimes they need a little extra help. You might want your climbing roses to grow in a particular way or give your grape vines extra support. An arrangement of planters and boxes can bring some greenery to areas that aren't in contact with the ground, letting you enjoy your flowers anywhere you like. Moving water can add a marvelous texture to your garden and will also attract wildlife. And of course, decorative elements like sculptures, stepping stones and weather vanes can add a personal accent to your space. Accents can also have practical functions, such as providing shade or support, marking what you've planted where and keeping your flower borders from shifting. There are many different styles to choose from, such as traditional English cottage garden accents or modern, Asian-influenced designs. Its your garden, so you can mix it up any way you like
Open, airy garden structures can add a lot to your garden's appearance. They can divide areas of the garden without totally obscuring the view. Gazebos
can provide shelter from the sun or rain; gazebos tend to feel a little more enclosed and often have floors and railings, while pergolas are more open. Climbing roses
are a nice touch. Trellises
can be against a wall or freestanding and are especially great with clematis
There are dozens of different planters on the market. They can be made of almost any material can'>watering can), since plants in boxes tend to dry out faster.
Water Garden Accents
Accents like fountains can add interest to your pond or can be used on their own. Look for solar they add a lot and make it easier to travel between parts of your garden.
Garden decorations can add visual appeal to your garden, but be careful not to overdo it. You want aesthetic appeal, not clutter. If you've ever wondered how sundials work (or whether they work), check out this article from Yardiac