Adding Color to Your Lawn with Landscaping
What is it you think of when you picture successful landscaping? Is it a perfectly manicured lawn? Trees and plants that complement your property? Maybe you think of bright beautiful flowers blooming around your property. Whatever your ideal lawn may be, a landscaping professional can help to make those dreams a reality.
One way that Nixa Lawn Service has improved properties with their landscaping is by adding color to lawns. Many landscapes in Springfield and Nixa could benefit from colorful plants and flowers. It is important to remember that a well-manicured lawn is only one part of the equation. Today, Nixa Lawn Service will share some ways that you could add color to your lawn with our professional landscaping service.
Colorful Additions You Should Add to Your Landscaping Design
While color is often the last aspect to consider in the landscaping process, it can be the most difficult to implement. Once you have decided on functional need, use space, and design patterns it is time to implement some color aspect. Not only will you want to plant flowers, but factoring in plants that have colorful bark patterns, fruits, and leaf colors.
An example of a colorful local tree would be the flowering dogwood, which grows locally and blossoms into beautiful white flowers in the spring has glossy green leaves in the summer, and crimson foliage in autumn.
You could plant a deciduous holly which is a large shrub that produces white flowers in late spring and red berries throughout the fall and winter. Not only does this shrub provide striking colors you can design your landscape around, but the berries can attract bluebirds to your property.
Once you have decided on your long-term additions like trees, shrubs, and bushes you can begin to design annuals and plant additions that help compliment your landscaping design.
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Choose Colors that Complement One Another
One important aspect of landscaping design is choosing colors that compliment your overall design. For instance, combining pinks, purples, and yellows will give your landscape a soft springtime pastel look. When you contact a landscaping professional let them know what colors you want to avoid, and they can build designs around your preferences.
In Need of a Landscaping Team?
Contact Nixa Lawn Service today. We service all over the southwest Missouri area and have the landscaping expertise to ensure your expectations are exceeded. If you are interested in learning how Nixa Lawn Service can help you achieve the landscape you have always dreamed of, call us today at 417-724-0318.