When we think about our gardens at the end of summer, many of us assume it’s time to pack everything away and leave this part of the home deserted until the spring. But this doesn’t have to be the case and your garden can be used in all seasons of the year.
Today we want to take a look at the garden and some of the different ways that you can vamp up the space ready for the fall and winter seasons. With some well-placed decorations and cosy effects, this can be a great part of your property to spend time in during the cooler seasons.
Add a new patio
The first thing you should do now that the summer is over is dug up your old patio and get a brand new Concrete patio fitted. Once your plants have gone out of their growing phase, there are a lot of useful structural things you can do to your garden to make it better. A new patio will give you the opportunity to create a cosy and comfortable seating area as well as a focal point for the garden.
Plant colourful pots
One of the simple things you can do during the fall and winter seasons to make your garden feel welcoming is to install some colourful pots with plants in them. There are lots of flowers as well as foliage that will bloom and grow during the fall and winter periods and here is where you can make the most of seasonal planting and discover some new plants and flowers you haven’t seen before.
Create a cosy seating area
The best way to make the most of your garden in the fall and winter is to install a new seating area where you and your family can come and enjoy the winter sunshine in the mornings with a steaming cup of coffee. There are lots of great items of garden furniture available and one of the best ways to do this is with waterproof fabric furnishings. As well as this, you can get some colourful cushions and invest in a few throws you can bring to the area to make it cosy and warm.
Install an awning
An awning can be your best friend in the garden all year long, and when we reach the fall and winter seasons this is the perfect time for you to install one. An awning will provide you with some cover if it is windy or rainy, and it will also make your seating area feel more cosy.
Add an outdoor heater
One of the best decisions you can make for your garden this winter is to install an outdoor heater. An outdoor heater will allow you to stay warm and toasty all year round whether you are sitting out in the morning or having friends over for a drink at the weekend. This is a great way to make your garden cosier and warmer and will vamp it up perfectly for winter.