An artificial grass installation on your property can lead to a nearly maintenance-free lawn that always looks healthy, but it doesn’t have to be the central focus of your landscaping. Adding colorful flowers helps brighten the backyard and create a more natural looking landscape.
Despite using artificial grass outside your home, it is possible to have attractive flower beds. You can create borders of flowers around a home’s exterior or along pathways to have a home that looks gorgeous.
There are several varieties of flowers that can add color to your lawn, including:
Daffodils are a bright yellow variety of flower that grows from a bulb. It is part of the narcissus family of flowers, and daffodils have a distinctively shaped bloom. After placing the bulbs into the ground, the flowers will bloom each spring to provide a colorful border on a lawn.
Lavender plants have beautiful purple blooms that provide a fragrant odor. This plant is part of the mint family and is easy to grow. A lavender plant has numerous blooms, making it suitable for planting outside a home’s exterior.
Pansy plants can have an assortment of bright bloom colors, including yellow, red or orange. In addition, pansy blooms are often a combination of colors to provide an attractive ambience on a home’s lawns. A pansy plant offers large blooms that will look fantastic when planted around trees.
Petunias are the perfect flowering plant for sunny climates. Bright red is one of the most popular colors of petunias, and you can plant this flower in soil located along a driveway’s edge or place the plants in large containers on a lawn.
5. Garden Phlox
Garden phlox is a taller variety of plant that has small pink blooms bunched together. This flower creates an attractive tall border around trees or along the exterior of a home.
A chrysanthemum has large brightly colored blooms that are an excellent way to improve the appearance of a plain green lawn. You may want to choose this bright yellow flower to place along the corners of a home.