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Gardening and Climate Change
Everyone is concerned about climate change and its myriad consequences. As garden owners, we can help the environment by developing London gardens, for example. Creating a wild flower zone in our yard and not mowing wild flowers and weeds until they have naturally wilted can also benefit bees and other insects.
More kind’s native to the Algarve and comparable temperate zones can be planted to build an environmentally friendly garden. Drought-resistant plants include a startling variety of brightly colored flowers, such as numerous gladiolas and plumier celandine shine, as well as various colors of lavender, including butterfly violet
Garden that is dry and environmentally friendly
The dry garden clearance and garden can be filled with softly moving grasses or densely packed succulents, all set off by stunning natural stone features, river pebbles, and gravel. Olive trees, almond trees, and miniature fan palms are examples of Mediterranean trees that require very little water. Fruit trees, such as figs, pomegranates, and Japanese persimmons with their delectable Kaki fruit, give a splash of color and flavor.
Through meticulously constructed arrangements of rocks, water features, moss, manicured trees and bushes, and irritate or sand that is scraped to imitate ripples in water, the London rock or clear the lot gardens creates a tiny stylized scene. Clear the lot gardens are typically tiny and encircled by a fence. They were created to mimic the essence of nature rather than its real look, and to assist meditation on the true meaning of life. This style of garden looks great with decorative bamboo and clay sculptures that act as water storage.
In the Algarve, reducing water consumption is a critical goal. Together, we can contribute to the preservation of our planet’s natural resources. We can preserve the beauty and advantages of our greenery for future generations if we work together.