While the weather has been uncooperative this year, spring will soon arrive in full bloom, and you will be eager to be outside once more. As the temperatures increase and the skies clear, the time will come for you to relax and enjoy the sunshine while working on projects around your home. Perhaps youre considering removing old, dead shrubs or bushes from around your house and driveway and replacing them with vivid new flora. Perhaps you have some flower bed ideas to brighten up your front path. Remember to include the regions around your garage in your outdoor to-do list this spring and summer.
Greenery Can Help Your Garage Look Better
Certain bushes, shrubs, and other green plants are more suited to the Midwest climate than others. The Midwest is known for its rainy seasons, high summer temperatures and humidity, and, of course, frigid and snowy winters. Hostas, or plantain lilies, are hardy green plants that are perennial favorites among gardening enthusiasts. Theyre ideal for a low-maintenance bed because of their luxuriant foliage and ease of upkeep. Other plants, such as marigolds, which repel mosquitoes, may be chosen for their pest-repelling properties.
In terms of style, scale, materials, and color, your landscaping should ideally complement your house and garage.
Trees can assist frame the structure or architectural characteristics of your house and garage, but they should not overpower or conceal it. Greenery, bright flowers, borders, edges, and curves can all help to make your home and garage look more inviting and friendly.