3 Tips For Low Maintenance Garden

Having a low maintenance garden that looks lush and healthy is possible! Many of us lead busy lives, meaning that we have limited time on our hands to maintain a garden. 

So how can you create a beautiful garden space that does not require a lot of maintenance in the long run?


Here are 3 short tips that you can use to transform your outdoor space.


  1. Australia plants. They are less prone to drought, hence easier for them to thrive in hotter climates and lower cost of maintenance due to them surviving easily.  Below is the link of low maintenance Australian plants that are easy to be cared for: https://www.bunnings.com.au/diy-advice/garden/planting-and-growing/the-best-low-maintenance-plants-for-your-garden
  2. Mulch is a great addition to a low maintenance garden. Mulch is known to prevent water loss by protecting your garden bed from harsh sun rays. As a result, garden beds stay moist for a longer period of time. Adding mulch allows you to save time and cost since the garden requires less watering.
  3. Pathways. A carefully landscaped pathway made with the right elements might seem like a huge investment in terms of time, effort and cost but in the long run, it requires minimal maintenance. A beautiful pathway not only adds a fun element to your garden, it also results in a reduction in the number of plants that need to be cared for. 


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