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How to Landscape

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    How to Landscape: 1. Get the most visual wow for your money: First of all, realize that budget gardening can still be beautiful.

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    How to Landscape: 2. Take advantage of freebies - Demolition sites are great sources for bricks and stones, but make sure you have permission to remove them.

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    How to Landscape: 3. Avoid costly mistakes: Really think about how you're going to use your outdoor space.

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    How to Landscape: 4. Work creatively with what you have.

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    How to Landscape: 5.Preserving existing plants and trees can help you save the cost, materials and resources needed to establish a new planting.

It's easy to spend thousands cultivating an idyllic lawn and garden. But a little ingenuity and patience will go a long way to keeping some green in your wallet, as well as in your garden. Traditional thinking says you should expect to pay anywhere from 5% to 15% of your home's value on landscaping. Even at the low end of that range, you're looking at spending £8,000 if you live in the median-value UK home worth £175,000 That's tough to stomach no matter how much you love the outdoors. Thankfully, you can do it right and still spend a fraction of that amount. Here's how: First of all, realize that budget gardening can still be beautiful. Let's say you've got less than £1,000 to spend. The first things you should focus on are improving your soil and adding trees, recommends Gareth you can spend £300 on plants, but they're not going to grow in clay or sand he says. Gareth advises amending your soil with compost and other ingredients to improve its quality. Buying soil, in comparison, can cost as much as £20 a bag plus delivery.

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