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Don’t Miss These 4 Easy Ways to Update Your Garden

If you have a garden, then chances are you will spend a lot of time in it during the summer months. With planting season on its way back around, why not get your garden ready. You will enjoy planning to update it ready for your guests to see. There are so many things you can do to update your garden, with many changes dependent on budget.

Four Easy Ways You Can Update Your Garden

Below are four ways to keep your outdoor living space updated. 

1 – Fencing 

One thing that you should consider updating in your garden is your fencing. For most garden’s the fencing is almost a centerpiece as it covers most of your backyard. It may be that a lick of paint will update it and bring it back to life. If it’s been there for a while you may need to replace a few panels through a company like Sierra Fence who is an expert in this area. If you are not sure what color panels you should repaint or install, take a look over Pinterest for inspiration. 

2 – Install Some Furniture 

Depending on your budget will decide on how much furniture you can install. For a lot of people, they leave the garden fairly empty, which leaves it looking a bit empty. If this is the case for you, why not purchase some garden furniture to make your garden more aesthetically pleasing? Things to consider are garden chairs, maybe a birdbath, a table. If you are stuck for ideas, why not ask a friend or family member and see what they have in their garden. If you have a patio, you could add some furniture to that. 

3 – Add A Vegetable Patch 

Growing your own vegetables is not only great as a hobby, but you can also use them in your cooking as well as being visually beautiful in your garden. They can add a nice range of colors and liven up your garden. If you are trying to be healthy and eat your five a day, then growing your own vegetables will motivate you to stick to that as you will want to eat the food that you have grown yourself. Gardening is also a great stress reliever and can take your mind off your everyday stresses like work or family matters. 

4 – Paint Your Shed 

Your shed often takes the centerpiece of your garden due to it being large and taking a lot of space. If you have had your shed for a long time, then over the years it can take a battering from the weather, causing it to look tired and in need of some TLC. Instead of replacing your shed, why not repaint it to another color. There are a whole variety of paints specially designed for sheds, helping the paint last longer outside. Repainting is cheaper than buying a new one and you can paint it whatever color you feel will suit your garden best. 

What ideas do you have to update your garden? Have you done any of the above successfully? Let me know in the comment box below, I would love to hear from you. 

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