These Amazing Flower Bed Ideas for Your Home Garden will help you transform the look of your backyard completely. Explore them below!
Add eye-catching designs and colorful hues to your yard with these Amazing Flower Bed Ideas for Your Home Garden. They are also easy to follow!
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Amazing Flower Bed Ideas for Your Home Garden
1. Low Maintenance Perennial Flower Bed
Design a flower bed full of perennials! These blooms will stay the whole summer and will also come back year after year! Create a bed with a zigzag border filled with pink begonias rimmed with small white flowers.
You can also add height with boxwood, daylilies, miscanthus grass, barberries, and orange canna lilies.
2. Flower Bed with Wheelbarrow Planter
If you have an old wheelbarrow, then use it creatively like this, filling it with colorful flowers. You can also install an old-fashioned lamp in the middle or behind the wheelbarrow too.
3. Flower Bed for Fence Line
Try this idea on the fence line or the front of your home—make a stylish s-curve design instead of a straight edge. Grow tall plants, flowers, shrubs in the back and short ones in the front.
4. Flower Bed for Small Yards
Small yards need less maintenance—you can design them with pretty euonymus or holly shrubs with different varieties of hydrangeas on the front.
5. Spilled Flower Pot
Create a focal point in your yard with a spilled flower pots and make a beautiful waterfall-like appearance! Check the tutorial here.
6. A River of Flowers
Imitate a river in your garden with curving grape hyacinth blossoms—the inspiration is taken from 1001 gardens. Recreate this idea as a front flower bed—you can plant tulips in clusters at the boundaries of the ‘flower river.’
7. Blossoms in a Tree Stump
A tree stump can bring an instant appeal to a flower bed—grow pelargonium in the center enclosed by nasturtium and deep purple bellflowers. Add ornamental grasses near the roots for a perfect balance.
8. Side Yard Flower Bed with Edging
Transform the side yard into a beautiful lush flower garden with nicely arranged annual flowers and hostas. Edge with brick pavers or small pots for a more pronounced look.
9. Flower Shaped Floral Garden Arrangement
Establish a flower bed in the shape of the flower—add vivid blooms of your choice for a colorful display. The more hues you will add, the better it’ll look!
10. Plant Bed and Raised Block and Stone Garden
Build a raised bed of pavers and pre-cut blocks where you grow plants easily. Try turf lily, ornamental grasses, asters, chrysanthemums, and thrift. You can also add some herbs and veggies.
11. Gravel Yard with Plant Bed
Include colors, textures, and heights with aloe, agave, sedges, rosemary, and ornamental grasses. Place a layer of gravel that separates the bed from the yard.
12. Clay Pots and a Flower Bed
Design a flower bed neatly with flowers in clay pots half-hidden in a bed of gravel. Plant tulips or other blooms—daffodils are also a great option.
13. Round Flower Bed with Containers
Make a circle of blooms in the garden, ringed by planters full of flowers. Plant a tall Norfolk Island pine in the center and create edging with impatiens and colorful zinnias.
14. Flower Bed in Antique Bed Frame
Use old furniture to create this idea—drape the headboard with gold, white, and purple blooms. Make pillows of little privets and mattresses of grasses, flax, or violets!
15. Flower Bed in a Boat
If you can arrange an old wooden boat, this idea will be a head-turner for the visitors to your home! Don’t forget to grow your favorite colorful perennials too!
16. Peony Flower Bed
Peonies look great in white, pink, and red hues with attractive foliage. Plant them along a wall or add them to the center of the garden.
17. Cauldron Flower Bed
Fill a metal pot with blossoms and hang it on a wooden log suspended by wooden poles. You can add more charm by mimicking fire with red or yellow flowers.
18. Classic Flower Bed with Roses
Roses are long-lasting, come in a variety of shades and look best in any garden! It will look stunning year-round as well.
19. Old Suitcase Flower Bed
We all have an old suitcase in our storerooms—you can make smart use of it by planting any flower of your choice. Do not forget to use the pockets, too!
20. Hollow Log Flower Bed
Design this simple flower bed in the front of the house with a hollow wooden log, plant small perennials like daffodils, tulips, or any vivid flower of your choice!
21. Old Chair Flower Bed
Old rustic metal chairs can add a lot of charm to your garden. You can place flower pots on them or train climbers on them.
22. Old Automobile Flowerbed
Pick an old car, tractor, truck, or any other automobile at a throwaway price from a salvage yard and fill it with flowers and plants. It will be a fantastic addition to your garden!