Don’t Let Tall Gardens Overwhelm Your Garden


If you’re like me, you love to garden. You enjoy being outdoors and getting your hands dirty. And if you’re also like me, it’s likely that your yard is overflowing with plants of all shapes and sizes. I’ve got roses growing over my head in one corner of my yard, while other plants tower above me in another section. My problem is that I have no formal plan for organizing these tall gardens, which makes the whole thing feel very unorganized and haphazard. But don’t worry! Here are some solutions that can help with this common problem:

Add a tree.

Adding a tree to your garden is one of the best ways to add height and privacy. If you want to create a sense of seclusion, use trees on either side of the garden (your own personal oasis) or use them on all four sides (the more private, the better).

Trees can also be used as protection from prevailing winds or as windbreaks in areas where there is harsh weather.

Finally, trees add a sense of warmth and comfort when they are planted next to an outdoor seating area or under an arbor with benches or chairs beneath it.

Add a trellis and use climbing plants.

We’ve already discussed the benefits of trellis for your garden, and there are many more uses for this versatile structure. For example, you can use it to support vines and climbing plants. If you have fruit trees in your garden, consider adding a trellis as well so that the tree has something to climb on. You can also plant a climbing rose or clematis on top of the trellis itself.

Use a beautiful fence.

One of the best ways to create a garden room is with a fence. Fences can be made of wood, metal or plastic and can be used to divide the garden into different areas. They can also be used to create borders around your garden.

If you don’t have enough space for a garden room or aren’t ready to build one just yet, consider using fences instead. They won’t take up any space on their own but they will help you define your garden’s boundaries and contain plants that need more protection from wind or rain as well as those that need full sun exposure in order to grow properly.

Use walls, hedges, or screens.

To create a sense of privacy, you can use walls, hedges, or screens. If you have a large garden area and want to divide it into different areas, try using walls and hedges. For example, if you have a vegetable garden in one corner of your yard but want to grow flowers in another corner of your yard, then build a wall around the vegetable garden so that no one can see inside it. Or if there is an area where guests gather when they visit and they like looking at the plants but don’t want pets messing with them while they are sitting there then put up some bushes or shrubs so the pets won’t get into the plants while people are enjoying their conversations outside with friends or family members.

Invest in a garden room.

If you’re looking for an easy solution to help with your garden problems, consider installing a garden room. A garden room is an extension of your home that’s built specifically to be used as a separate outdoor space. This can be anything from a shed-like structure or gazebo with walls and windows to expand the size of your patio or deck area.

Garden rooms can be used in different ways:

  • To create privacy between areas of the garden that are otherwise visible from inside the house (sometimes called “green walls”)
  • To provide shelter from strong winds and rain during the colder months when you want to spend more time outside (also called “winter gardens”)

Use these solutions to create harmony in your garden no matter how tall your plants grow.

Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can use your garden rooms, walls, hedges and screens to create harmony in your garden no matter how tall your plants grow.

  • Add a Tree. Just because you have tall gardens doesn’t mean that trees are out of reach! In fact, adding a tree is one of the best ways to add visual interest and create balance in any landscape. Not only will it help bring your eye up toward the sky but it will also provide shade on those hot summer days when things start getting out of control. If you don’t have room for an entire tree then consider planting smaller varieties such as dwarf fruit trees or even shrubs like boxwood or lavender that would work well as hedges along walkways or fences. No matter which route you choose, just remember: trees are like magnets for birds (and kids).


With all these solutions, you can create a beautiful garden that’s perfect for your needs. You don’t have to worry about overgrown plants or tall weeds. Your garden will look great no matter how high the sky is!

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