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Get Ready For Spring With These Easy Garden Designs

Get Ready For Spring With These Easy Garden Designs | Gabriel Building Supply. Image of a section of garden with grass, potted plants, flowers, blue water sprayer, mini-shovel, wide brim hat, and yellow gloves. Big print stating “Easy Garden Designs.” Spring is a time of rebirth and new beginnings, especially in outdoor landscaping. This also signals a time to start fresh in the garden for many people. 

If you're looking for some easy garden designs that will make your yard look great this spring, you've come to the right place! 

From first-time gardeners to seasoned planters, make the world that much more beautiful with some help from Gabriel Building Supply.

5 Garden Designs For Southeast Louisiana Homes

Whether you're a DIY junkie or trying something new, let one of these unique designs speak toward your inspiration!

1. Raised Beds

One of the most common garden designs is the humble raised bed. This type of garden is easy to construct and maintain, perfect for young families. Higher soils will heat up faster in the spring and keep invasive weeds out.

Get started on a raised bed with these simple materials.

2. Fenced Plots

Don't have the patience to raise your beds? Fencing a large plot is perfect for planting vegetables or other sensitive varieties. Square plots give your garden a more distinct shape and can be a beautiful addition to any home.

A critter-proof garden fence is as easy as 1-2-3!

3. Cottage Gardens

This old-fashioned favorite is perfect for small spaces. Picking a theme—like herbs, flowers, or even vegetables—can help to create a more cohesive design. Consider adding a picket fence, trellis, or other charming details for full effect.

Pick a sunny plot and your building materials with easy blueprints.

4. Vertical Planting

If you're short on space, vertical planting is the solution for you. With a bit of creativity, you can pack a lot of plants into a small area by using trellises, hanging baskets, or even fences. This type of garden is perfect for fast-growing or hardy plants.

Blueprints for a vertical garden are here.

5. Potted Gardens

If you don't have the space for a full garden, a potted garden is an excellent alternative. Not only will it keep out critters and pests, but it may minimize plant disease spread as well. You might be surprised just how customizable these can be.

Get started with a large pot and your favorite herbs.

Find The Gardening Supplies You Need At Gabriel Building Supply

Start spring off on the right foot with a little help from Gabriel Building Supply. Our professionals are ready to assist with finding the perfect materials for your next garden bed—all at an affordable price.

Call, click, or visit our Amite or Ponchatoula location to browse our inventory. Need more help? Let us provide a comprehensive estimate of materials!

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