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We love spending our days outside during the summer, so there’s no better time to give our backyard a refreshing makeover. If you are like us and need an easy, beginner-friendly gardening project, this is the inspiration for you! We spruced up your outdoor space with vibrant flowers and lush landscaping. We added a couple of birdhouses to the backyard, and our three-year-old can’t get enough of watching the birds each morning. Our backyard is filled with color and life! It’s like our own little oasis! Check out our beginner-friendly DIY garden update that will have your backyard blooming with beauty.

  1. Assess Your Garden: Before diving into the refresh process, take some time to assess your current garden. Look for any areas that need attention, such as overgrown plants, worn-out pathways, or empty flower beds. Identify the problem areas and visualize how you want your refreshed garden to look. Check out our before and after here. Check out our before and after here.

  2. Plan Your Design: Create a plan for your garden refresh by considering the overall style and theme you want to achieve. Think about color schemes, plant combinations, and focal points. Sketch out a rough design or use online garden planning tools to help you visualize the layout.

  3. Choose New Flowers: One of the most exciting aspects of a garden refresh is selecting new flowers and plants to breathe life into your space. Consider factors such as your climate, soil conditions, and the amount of sunlight your garden receives. Choose a mix of annuals and perennials to ensure a vibrant and long-lasting display of blooms.

  4. Prep Your Soil: Prepare your garden beds by removing any weeds, loosening the soil, and adding organic matter like compost or mulch. This will provide a nutrient-rich environment for your new flowers to thrive. Follow the planting instructions for each type of flower, paying attention to spacing and watering requirements.

  5. Add Pathways and Borders: Enhance the structure of your garden by adding pathways and borders. Use materials like gravel, stepping stones, or bricks to create defined paths that guide visitors through your garden. Additionally, installing borders around your flower beds can help keep the garden organized and prevent the spread of grass and weeds.

  6. Maintain Regular Care: Once your garden refresh is complete, remember to maintain regular care. Water your plants as needed, weed regularly, and prune any overgrown foliage. Regular maintenance will ensure your garden stays beautiful and thriving throughout the seasons.

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