It’s never too early to look ahead to the spring. Even though it’s brisk and chilly outside, you shouldn’t feel too discouraged to get outside. After all, one great way to get moving during the winter is to do some landscaping and hardscaping work around your Rosedale home. Here are some creative ways to use natural stone and give your curb appeal a much-needed boost!
Switch Out the Mulch
One idea is to switch out the mulch you have now and replace it with some natural stone instead. Choose different colored stones to add some eye-catching pop to your yard that will impress your friends and neighbors in Rosedale. Plus the stone is durable enough that it can make up for the extra expense. Once it gets warm again, you can put the mulch back down in time to encourage some new plant growth.
Put Together a Garden
Use the natural stone to hold together a new garden. However, you’ll need to find a spot that can get plenty of sunlight. That can be hard to come by in the dreary winter time, but once spring and summer are back, your new garden will burst back into life. Use some natural stone boulders as anchors for flowers and other plants.
Use Stone as a Focal Point
You can also use natural stone as a focal point for your entire landscape. In small spaces, you can use natural stone to control the growth of shrubs, while in larger ones, you can break up the look of hedges around your Rosedale yard. Give your guests something different to look at! Plus, it can help make yard work less tedious.
Put a Border Around Your Pond
Sitting around the pond and feeding the fish can be a great way to relax. However, your pond will have pond liners, and sometimes, the water will be dark. Use natural stone as a way to lighten it up, and keep your curious pets from bothering your fish with this border.
Trust Lehnhoff’s Supply and Design for All Your Natural Stone Needs!
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