Creating Landscape around Trees

August 31, 2017 - by : Puspita  |  Outdoor  |  No Comments  |  11257 Views
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Enhancing the look of even just your small garden could be done simply by creating some sorts of landscape around trees. You can start creating the beautifying landscape by removing any turf in a circle area around the tree trunk. It is aimed to prevent any grass to compete against the tree in getting nutrients, oxygen, and water from the soil. Make sure that the circle is not too long over the drip line of the tree.

Next step in creating landscape around trees is to plant ground covering plants between the roots. Be cautious not to damage the primary roots though. The function of this covering plant is to hide exposed roots. Look for plants that could deal with low lights and low water needs. Some recommended plants to be used on this step of landscape decorating are including wild ginger, hardy ice plant, and also Serbian bellflower. Adding a layer of mulch is the next thing to do. Consider to use large type of mulch like lava rock and wood bark that will allow oxygen and water to flow freely. At this point you should notice that you have a better looking spot in your garden already.

Next step to do in creating landscape around trees is to add stepping-stone to be the main walkway especially between exposed roots. Avoid using paver as the walkway since it will block water and oxygen flow to the roots of the tree itself. The stone itself will deliver a better look as well compared to paver. Making the protective edging is the nest step to be done in making tree landscape. It is useful to restrict traffic in protecting the roots. If you have no walkway placed, this is a must.

In dealing with exposed roots, as another step in creating a better looking landscape around trees, cover the root in 1-inch thick of soil once in two weeks. Do this regularly until the roots are covered by the soil. Be sure to use sandy soul in order to let water and oxygen flow freely.  The addition of the soil should be just a bit at a time so that the roots could adjust to the new condition. Those are some ways that you could do easily in order to create a better look of your garden. By creating great looking landscape around trees, even just your small garden will have a so great view to enjoy.

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