Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Pocket Garden


When I first decided to create a pocket garden out of a limited space on my front yard, I was clueless on what is going to be the design.  At first, I thought it's not going to be a successful project.  We've hired a professional landscaper to work on that since all of us in the house are busy at that time and we wanted to have it in place the soonest possible time.  I could have a bigger garden if I wanted to, as I have a vacant lot adjacent to our house, but it's going to be a very big project and would definitely hurt my pocket.  So we've decided to just have a pocket garden on what available space we have at the front yard.  Out of that little space, the landscaper was able to build a mini fish pond with an attached mini waterfalls, a garden set and a plant box. 

The added garden accessories, plant varieties and garden steps laid on pebbles at the ground completed the entire garden set up.  The landscaper added some colors to liven up the place and it turned out to be a very good one.  It's simple yet lovely!  This, then has become my favorite spot in the house.

Overall, we spent about $600 for the project.

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