A Path of Azaléias

Spring is coming, and with it comes the beauty of a garden. Therefore, everyone is motivated to leave his nature path even more ready and ready to receive his illustrious visitors, such as bees, butterflies and wild birds.

A path in the garden has as main function to make the connection between the entrance and the exit of a residence or place, or to take people from one point to the other. In addition, the path is still responsible for helping to maintain the garden, so people do not step on the grass or flowers, just passing through that area that is delimited. It is important to observe every extension of the garden when thinking about designing a path, taking care to generate a general and harmonious landscape that is pleasant to you.

The making of the path of a garden includes laying the floor and storing the earth from the lateral bed. If this path has the delimitation of house walls or walls, we may choose to place taller plants on the bottom and lower and border borders. It is a classic approach that does not give margins to errors.

We can make a mass of the same plant or sets – as long as this grouping has the same type of soil, drainage and watering needs.

From intense flowering and vibrant colors, the azaléias (Rhododendron simsii) are one of the most appreciated flowers to decorate environments and are wonderful for dotting paths in gardens. They can be planted in large clusters, or used as a focal point along a given path.

Think about creating paths with flowering shrubs in your garden, and thus make it even more charming and elegant.