Gardeners in Salt Lake and Utah counties are ready to get outside, take stock of perennial health, and plant annual beds anew. Homeowners take note—a beautiful garden adds value to your property. Whether you’re ready to put your house on the market and seek a new home or have no plans to relocate, added value is never a bad thing. But whether you’re a DIY green thumb, a master gardener with a passion for all things green, or thinking of hiring a landscape design specialist, beds and features with well-defined shape are as important as what you choose to plant.
Beauty and Utility
The experts at All About Curb take this concept to heart. Concrete is a superior material for edging curb, pathways, and patios. But many think that it might be for those with a generous property. While concrete can help to lead visitors’ eyes in a pleasant direction, providing occasional boundaries and creating a design for expansive grounds, it’s also perfect for those whose gardens are small by necessity—whether because of property size or uneven terrain.
With a large piece of property, there are a couple of issues that can be mitigated by using concrete edging or laying concrete pathways. Open, unmanaged expanses can quickly grow to look unkempt. There’s a difference between a rustic landscape concept and an untenanted plot—naturalistic designs are as much about design as formal European gardens. The second problem is that unrelieved expanses exhaust or baffle the gazes of passersby and visitors. Pathways or clear boundaries provide rest for the eye.
Serious Designs on Efficiency
However, sometimes, the problem is that there’s too little space for all the things homeowners want to do with their property. What if you feel your yard just isn’t large enough to accommodate a patio or porch, a garden, and a bit of lawn? Here, again, concrete comes to the rescue. Our design team will work with you to create a concept suited for the size and shape of your garden.
We can pour curbing suitable for any bedding concept, which will help it to stand out clearly from spaces devoted to a lawn. In this way, the gardener with a miniature plot can quickly transform it into a botanical jewel box, complete with comfortable entertainment spaces.
If you’re ready to make your little corner of Utah a spring oasis of blooms and growing things, give us a call at 801-369-4423 for a free consultation. We can help you heighten the appeal of your garden with custom curbing, patios, and pathways.