Can We Please Just Talk About Gardens?

It’s December. We are nearing the end of 2021, and it’s safe to say we’re looking forward to a new year. In the spirit of hoping 2022 feels easier and safer for all of us, let’s step out of the holiday chaos and look forward to the natural beauty we can create for a fresh new garden in the Spring.

Of Course, it’s Not the Season for a Garden

We realize that Christmas isn’t the typical time to talk about garden design, but there is a method to our madness. During the busy gift-buying, tree-trimming and party-throwing holidays, it’s easy to get bogged down with the details of December. So, to take a mental break – thinking about using natural stone to design your spring garden could be a great little mental getaway.

You could also spread your garden budget out a little longer to add flexibility and ease. Begin purchasing materials for your garden plan during the off-season, and you can often save some money as well. Not to mention asking those little elves to send something special for your backyard this year.

Using Natural Fieldstone in Your New Garden Design is Right on Trend

Exterior design consultants are predicting a focus on relaxing summer gardens in the upcoming year. Choosing natural stone, like fieldstone, for garden walls and pathways brings a pleasant, earthy tone to your gardens. Sitting on a stone bench, gazing at a bed of brightly colored flowers surrounded by greens is a dream come true.

Fieldstone is versatile and adaptable. You can create a stream running through the garden with fieldstone as borders. These stones come in various colors and shapes and can be cut or split as needed. The beauty is in the simplicity of fieldstone, offering all the luxury of comfort without the picky feel of other materials.

Alliance Stone is your Cumming, GA connection for beautiful fieldstone and other landscaping stone for your garden and more. To find out more about how you can design the garden of your dreams, call Alliance Stone at (678) 691-7761 today to start planning your natural stone garden for Spring of 2022. Then you can get back to the winter holidays.

Posted on behalf of Alliance Stone