7 Best Flower Bed Ideas for Your Most Beautiful Yard Yet.

When the first day of spring arrives, you want to get outside and enjoy the warm, sunny weather. If you're anything like Ree Drummond, a landscape plan should contain flowers. 

Frame a Sidewalk

If you already have a sidewalk, it's the simplest way to plant and maintain. It also creates a really welcome pathway for all of your guests!

Create Your Own Path

If you don't have a sidewalk, make one! Adding a stone pathway lets you create the flow of the space while also keeping everyone from trampling over the gorgeous blooms.

Divide by Color

There are various approaches to designing your color palette. One option is to split your garden or landscape into color-coded portions, which will add unlimited visual interest.

Go Monochrome

Another option is to keep your flowerbeds monochromatic. This is ideal if you have a favorite color and want to publicly display it. Don't be too concerned about the colors of each variety of flower. The overall effect is what you're looking for.

Go Bold

Hello, world! A variety of vibrant blossoms will make the strongest impact. It works equally well whether you have a simple or bright home.

Limit PesticidMix Annuals and Perennialse Use

If you're not sure whether you want annuals or perennials, acquire both. It boosts your chances of success in case one type of flower fails.

Plant a Potager

Do like the French do and plant flowers and veggies in the same beds. Not only is it visually stunning, but you also get two gardens in one!

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