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Keep Your Yard Colorful Through the Seasons

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It’s wonderful to look outside during the spring or summer and see some colorful flowers blooming. But during the rest of the year, it can all look a bit dull because you don’t have those lovely blooms creating color in your yard. If you want to have a yard that’s colorful all year, there are a few things you could do to achieve the effect that you’re looking for. There are different plants that will introduce color into your yard at different times of the year and there are other things you can add to your yard to make it more colorful too.

Plant Some Evergreens

If you want color in your yard all year, evergreens will definitely do the job. You might not think that green is the most exciting color, but evergreen plants and trees can offer you an array of different shades. Some of them will also bring other colors into your yard at different times of the year, such as different colored berries. You can get evergreen shrubs, trees, climbers, and more. Have a look at what’s out there and which evergreens are best for planting in your region. You can even get succulents and cactuses that can look good all year.

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Pick Flowering Plants for Spring and Summer

During the spring and summer, it makes sense to have flowering plants that will create flowers in your yard. Some plants will flower for a year or two, but if you don’t want to have to plant new plants every year, you should look for perennials. Perennials are any plants that live for more than two years, so it includes a broad range of options. Again, it’s a good idea to look for plants that do well in your region. You want beautiful blooms that will do well in the climate and in the local soil.

Choose Plants for Fall Colors

During the fall, you can often get some of the prettiest colors in your yard. You don’t have to have huge trees to enjoy some beautiful fall colors, though. There are small options, including small trees, shrubs, and bushes. Japanese maple bonsai trees are a fantastic choice if you’re looking for something that has colorful fall leaves. There are plenty of other plants and trees that could be right for adding some fall colors too. As well as typical orange and yellow fall colors, you can get plants like aster and cardinal flowers that introduce other bright colors into your yard.

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Add Color in Other Ways

Plants aren’t the only way to add color to your yard. You can also add color in other ways, and you won’t have to take care of some of them. Outdoor furniture can be one option to add some brighter shades to your garden. You can also add color with your planters or anything else that you use to grow your plants, such as trellises or hanging baskets.

Your yard can be colorful through the seasons. Choose different elements that will bring color into your yard at different times.

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