Flowers and Turf Go Hand in Hand

By Courts & Greens - March 30th, 2018 in Turf

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Add Some Color to The Yard

Who says an artificial lawn also means you can’t plant flowers in your garden? If anything, spending less time mowing and watering means more flowerbed time. Countless Californians have happily switched to synthetic turf, and you can also enjoy a more colorful, lively garden on your property than ever before.

Beyond Flower Beds

A good rule of thumb is, form to follow function. Many owners adapt turf’s resilience to their flowers too. This means low maintenance, low water plants that stay green and require less attention, like your lawn. Above ground containers, raised flowerbeds, hanging baskets, vines, or even stylish flower pots are all possibilities.

Creative flower placements also work well with stone. Consider stepping stone paths, alternating turf and brick tile patterns, or even rock flowerbeds with potted plants on top. Rock is easy to clean like synthetic turf, keeping with the idea of low-maintenance yard-keeping.

If You Can Dream It, We Can Build It

In many cases, flowers are the perfect final touch for any turf install and complement nearby artificial turf with a natural feel. Stone can offer creative ways for breaking up excessive amounts of green in a yard and proves there’s no limit to what can be designed or conceived in taking your lawn to the next level. Contact us today for free estimates and answers to any questions!