By now, you already know that Atlanta offers different gardening opportunities depending on the season. In January, for example, English daisies and pansies are the best flowers to plant. Mid-January, you can try planting turnips, radishes, cabbages, broccoli, and some leafy greens.
Come February, you can start planting sweet peas along with winter daphnes, garlic, onions, and English peas. There is a perfect flower or vegetable to plant every month, and the planting season doesn’t end until December. And if you’re done planting, maybe you’re in for some DIY landscaping, too.
Any seasoned gardener or landscaper will tell you that your home’s landscape is not only about haphazardly positioned shrubs and trees. Even if it’s a DIY project, you need to carefully plan it out.
You need to do lots of research, too! On top of it all, since it’s a DIY project, prepare yourself for some real soil work. The effort that needs to be put in is not a problem for a hobbyist. The pleasure they get from seeing the result of their efforts is enough reward for their hard work.
The truth of the matter is, if you want amazing landscaping, it won’t come cheap. However, if you plan thoroughly, you can bring to life an amazing outdoor setting with a little upfront cost. Here are some ideas to help you out.