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Corner Planting Ideas. Nestle a triangular planting bed into your front yard's sidewalk-defined angle, add a section of picket fence to anchor it, and you'll end up with almost instant curb appeal. Use this tiny corner garden plan to create a quick-color display that will also effectively deter pets and pedestrians from cutting across your lawn.
Design tip: cover the base of the planting pocket with plastic membrane to stop it rotting, then fill with a mix of peat-free, multi-purpose compost and grit. Planting a corner flower bed is easy when you determine the area of land in your garden or front of your house or behind your house. Incorporate elements of line and form to create a pleasing corner with taller plants toward the back, medium-height plants in the middle and lower plants in front, varying textures and staggering.
Starting a garden from scratch may seem daunting!
Starting with catmint and Siberian iris in spring, and going right into fall with late-blooming stonecrop, you'll have plenty of flowers to enjoy all season long.
Design tip: cover the base of the planting pocket with plastic membrane to stop it rotting, then fill with a mix of peat-free, multi-purpose compost and grit. This bed sits in the corner, just a few feet from the sidewalk. To the left are several large trees that shade the home.
Corner Planting Ideas
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