When fall arrives and leaves are changing, it’s the perfect time to begin preparing your yard for winter. You can take stock of what thrived through the last season, while planning what’s next for your garden. Here are some fall landscaping ideas that will make your yard the envy of the whole neighborhood!
Fresh Start for FallWhen beginning the fall landscaping process, HouseLogic.com suggests to give your yard the proper chance to thrive with a quick clean up. That means removing weeds and dead plants, and giving your grass a nice cut. Tidy up your landscaping, and spread mulch around shrubs and trees. The mulch actually protects roots from frost, while giving your garden a face lift. After that, you can decide what to plant in your area that will last through the winter. Pro Tip: For more on what to plant in your garden or greenhouse this fall, check out our prior blog on the topic.
Create an Outdoor OasisPart of getting the garden ready for fall is making sure your backyard space looks its best before the winter weather arrives. Consider adding character to your space with the Sequoia Gazebo. Gazebo’s are perfect for an outdoor garden, and a quiet place to enjoy the outdoors while sheltered from the sun. They’re also a great area for gathering when your family comes over for any fall parties! This gazebo has a durable water-resistant cover that will protect against harmful UVA and UVB rays. This gazebo also includes:
- Strong steel frame that resists corrosion and rust
- Easy assembly without the need for additional parts
- Secure wide cross beam trusses for extra stability
- Galvanized steel for rust resistance
- Easy open lift for quick access to your items
- Almost 135 gallons of storage space