Landscape Trends for 2014, Continued

That’s right- we’re back with even more of the top landscaping trends for this year. We already covered the hot issues of quality pieces, water features, and outdoor fire pits, but what else should your garden grow? Here’s more of the best landscaping choices for you in 2014.

Low-maintenance, high value

Think of planting flowers, shrubs, and ornamental grasses that can withstand dry weather and don’t require a lot of extra effort to keep them looking good. Why, you ask? Well, not only does this save you on time and money, but it goes right on trend with creating sustainable yards. Cutting back on extra watering time and other special treatments means you’re helping conserve the environment, while getting a great-looking yard out of it in the process!

All you can eat

Edible plants are another huge trend for gardening in 2014. Going hand-in-hand with sustainability, when you plant edible plants and fruits and vegetables, you can have a fun project for the whole family to get involved in. Think of the joy of a little backyard farm to call your own.

And speaking of food…

Outdoor kitchens are a coveted landscape addition! Think how much fun your next party or gathering will be when you can prepare your meal out on the patio with your guests, rather than popping inside and out to check on dinner’s progress! And outdoor kitchen makes any backyard the ultimate entertaining spot.

Be sure to get in touch with Rhine Landscaping to keep up with this year’s top trends!

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If you have any questions, contact Rhine Landscaping by calling 410-442-2445 or click here today!

Rhine Landscaping in Baltimore, Maryland can handle every aspect of your landscape, from hardscapes and patios / walkways, to retaining walls, water features such as fountainsfireplaces/ firepits,swimming pools, landscape design, landscape installation, outdoor kitchensdecks, pavilions, basement waterproofingdrainage and more,

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Sources:

http://www.hgtv.com/landscaping/trends-in-backyard-design-whats-hot-now

 

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