Though you lack outdoor space, there is no limit to creating your dream lush garden. A well-designed garden needs proper planning and maintenance, and these terrace landscaping ideas require more than a simple planter. Find out which one you can use as fresh inspiration.
Softening the Hard Edge
Beautiful but cold and hard, stone can create an unpleasant look that is so uninviting. Look for an option to soften the hard edge. You can use spillers plants like lavender, ferns, lady’s mantle, and coreopsis. You can also use creeper types of plants such as sedum, thyme, and scotch moss.
The Pretty Pergola
For a terrace area that is too sunny, a pergola can be a good addition to grow your garden. Beautiful florals that are great to grow on it are jasmine, camellias, magnolias, or climbing hydrangea.
The terrace garden is best to enjoy in the evening. Having jasmine in your garden is a great idea as it is one of the plants that release scents at night. While to get the best ambiance, you can add proper lighting into your list of terrace landscaping ideas, from tea light candles, fairy lighting, table lighting, to outdoor wall lights.
Add shooting sounds for privacy and create a serene outdoor space. It could be wind chimes, rustling plants, or even water features.
Colorful Vertical Garden
Add a pop of colors in your terrace garden. Grow your favorite plants—from herbs to flowers—in vibrant colored pots, and display them on a repurpose rustic ladder. It’s an easy yet fun idea to create a charming outdoor environment.
Consider combining two or even more of these terrace landscaping ideas to create a lovely outdoor environment that allows you to enjoy the beauty of nature in a small space without investing a lot of effort, money, and time.