Landscaping is one of those things. It seems there is an endless list of possibilities. Here is another one: Garden Terrace. Have you ever heard of them? Chances are you have. Garden Terrace or Rooftop Garden‘s are essentially a landscape where Hardscaping meets Softscaping with a mix of some lawn furniture on patio topped off with an outdoor kitchen and bar. Sounds amazing right? That’s because it really is. Here are a few more thinks to be in mind when it comes to Garden Terraces.
Garden Terraces are Welcome Additions to any Home
Just like the title suggests: Garden Terraces are always a welcome addition to any home. Regardless of the type of homeowner you are, it could be the trees, the hardscaping or even the outdoor kitchen for you that does it for you. It is always recommended to consult with a garden designer to ensure optimal use of space is being made. Building a space to accommodate for all your families need should be the first priority. If you have kids, plan for an additional play area instead of the bar. If you have parents living with you, plan for a vegetable garden. The possibilities are truly endless and a landscape designer can really help you put things into perspective.
Building a garden terrace is not an easy task. It takes a lot of time as well as financial commitment for it to come to fruition. There are countless number of trees and plants that are available and picking the perfect one takes some time. If picking the plants out is one task, placing them in ideal locations is another major one. You must make sure there is adequate amount of sun light as well as access to an irrigation system. On a project of this magnitude, it often recommended to choose drip irrigation due to amount of trees and plants that will be surrounding the property.
Similar to choosing plants, Garden Terrace Landscaping or Hardscaping is equally important to the project. The type of stone will vary as there are several options that are available. More often than not – depending on your landscape – people choose to go with bigger stone (Flagstone and Stamped Concrete) rather than smaller stone. This adds great aesthetic beauty to any property and make sure to compliment the large trees and raised flower beds that will be installed.