Secret Gardens Every Home Needs

    Hidden Gardens To Make You Feel Like You’ve Escaped

    Because we all need our private own spot to relax and de-stress.

    Sometimes you need your own private getaway, and for those who can’t jet off every weekend to a beach, a secret garden might be the way to go. However, for those who may not have a green thumb or a big enough yard to have one well then you can sit back, relax, and lose yourself in these gorgeous photos of others secret oasis in flowers.

     

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    If after reading this you have decided you absolutely need a secret garden in your life here’s where to start!

    • The first thing you should consider is where you want to put it. What spot in your backyard are you planning to grow your secret garden? This is one of the most important steps since you want to choose a secluded spot where you can get privacy, peace, and quiet.

     

    • Chose your flowers. What flowers you choose and where you choose to put them is important to the overall feel and design of your secret garden. It’s important to choose plants that are not overpowering in smell, or plants that can even prevent certain bugs and animals from eating away private oasis.

     

    • The size of the plants should also be kept into careful consideration due to that some flowers attract bees and wasps, therefore it is recommended to grow the plants away from the main sitting area of your secret garden.

    We hope you find these secret garden’s planning tips/steps helpful! Looking for a home with a yard to start growing your own garden? Ask us and we can help!

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    Ann Rudd

    Ann is a 3rd generation real estate professional in her family and has inactive licenses in Maryland and Pennsylvania and is actively licensed in North and South Carolina. Seeing other members of her family help others achieve their home ownership dreams inspired her to become a real estate agent. Helping families is what her job is all about. Whether they are buying a larger home, downsizing, transitioning to a new town or neighborhood, Ann's mission is to make those transitions as smooth as possible.

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