10 Helpful Tips For A Low Maintenance Landscape Design

When discussing your new landscape design with landscaping experts from, there will be many requests and questions. This is perfectly normal because, after all, you will be living with and using that garden for many years to come, so you will understandably want it to be as perfect and as close to what you want as possible.

Whilst many of your requests will concern specifics relating to plants, features, and the layout, you may also request that we guarantee thousands of other homeowners will also make. That request will be for your landscaped garden to require as little maintenance as possible. There will be many reasons why that request is made, ranging from someone not being a keen gardener to potential mobility issues.

Whatever these reasons, if you want a low-maintenance garden, you will be looking for your landscape designer to advise you on what should and should not be included in the landscape design. To give you a head start and some ideas that you may wish to discuss with them, here are ten tips that will help your landscape designer produce a garden that is low Maintenance.

Low Maintenance Tip #1 – Leave Out The Lawn: You could eliminate the task that most gardeners would rather avoid, namely mowing the lawn, by having a garden that does not have a lawn by replacing it with artificial turf or paving, for example.