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If you're looking to enhance your yard and add some curb appeal, using shrubs is a great way to do it. There are many different types of shrubs, and each one has its own unique set of benefits. This blog post will discuss the many different ways to use shrubs in your landscaping design. We'll also provide tips on how to choose suitable shrubs for your needs.
1. Using shrubs to create a visual barrier: Whether you need to block out traffic noise or your neighbor's loud music, using shrubs can be a great way to accomplish this goal. If you want to use shrubs as a visual barrier, we recommend planting large shrubs and choosing deciduous types. That will provide year-round protection.
2. Using low shrubs to animate the ground beneath your trees: Your yard can benefit from more sunlight, but you have two obstacles in your way - a big tree and the shade that it casts. If this is the case, use smaller deciduous trees or bushes to animate the ground beneath your trees. That will also help the soil beneath your trees retain water better than if you didn't use any plants at all.
3. Use shrubs to break up the hard lines in your yard: If your backyard has hard lines, then using low-growing deciduous bush plantings can be a great way to soften them. You can create a more natural-looking and inviting yard by softening these complex lines.
4. Using evergreen shrubs to establish a year-round outdoor living space: Many people love spending time outdoors in the summer, but they hate going back outside again when winter arrives. If you want to make your outdoor living space more inviting during any season of the year, then we recommend planting evergreen shrubs. Evergreens provide a lush look from every angle, and their smells can also be inviting.
Each type of shrub has different benefits that will appeal to different people. By taking the time to consider all of these benefits, you can choose a design that best suits your needs.