After building a house, nest step in its decoration. Apart from interior design, chosing a beautiful lawn is also a thoughtful job. Probability is that if you only have a small area for a lawn then you won’t want to be paying a lot of time or money on maintenance. Question arises how do you choose the best lawn for a small area?
Many small areas are mostly surrounded by houses, fences, sheds and even small bushes or trees canopy, all of which give us shade. Just a few of these objects can cause enough shade that means a lawn will struggle to live on. Select lawn diversity like Sir Walter soft leaf Buffalo, a shade resistant lawn and trim back or trim overhanging branches on a regular basis to allow sunlight to reach the lawn as much as possible. Sofa and Kikuyu should be avoided for small areas that are very shaded now or are likely to be as adjacent shrubs and trees grow.
Small lawn areas are often surrounded by cemented areas or garden beds so unless you want to spend a lot of time pulling overgrown grass out of gardens or from between pavers a low enveloping lawn is a great choice. The best low enveloping landscaping are soft leaf Buffalo like Sir Walter, Zoysia and Queensland Blue. Again, Couch and sofa varieties should be avoided.
A small lawn will preferably only require a very little amount of landscape maintenance. Select a lawn variety that requires rare mowing and watering.
Zoysia and Queensland Blue turfs, Australia are comparatively low maintenance, are drought resistant and won’t grow too long if not treated properly for a while.
Soft leaf Buffalo turfs like Sir Walter are also low preservation but do require more frequent mowing as it can grow very long if left unattended. It also requires a more regular watering administration.
Couch and sofa require more intensive lawn care to keep them healthy, neat, and organized and the growth under control.
Design ideas for small backyard patios
If your backyard or budget permits for installation of only a small concrete backyard patio, you can still make a big brunt by taking advantage of concrete’s ability to be cast in nearly any shape, pattern, or color. Consider these ornamental options to give your small backyard patio greater visual attraction and functionality.
You don’t have to settle for tedious square shapes with straight lines. There is a trend for bent patios that blend with the landscaping, says Matt Zook of J and H Decorative Concrete. If you need to know more you can visit this site here. He likes to shape cemented patios so they flow with the landscaping. His patios naturally only become square when they meet up with a walkway or doorway.
Add a pattern or stenciled design.
You can give your small patio the look of natural stone or brick by using an embossed pattern or stencils. With stencils, you can also produce more elaborate custom designs, such as a faux outdoor area rug.
Landscaper should always be vigilant!