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4 Winter Landscaping Ideas to Incorporate This Year

4 Winter Landscaping Ideas to Incorporate This Year

Many people don't worry about their landscaping in the winter. However, this can affect your curb appeal and make your house or residential space look boring. There are some plants out there that can be planted, thrive and look great even during the winter months, helping to increase your curb appeal and helping your yard to look its best. Here are a few landscaping ideas to consider during the winter months. 

Winterberry, Bayberry and Cranberry Bushes 

During the winter months, berry bushes can add something unique to your yard. The bushes often have leaves that are warm and rich green colors, which look beautiful against a snowy white backdrop. The bushes also produce berries in red, cranberry, burgundy or purple tones. Not only does this add a hint of color to your winter landscaping, but the berries also provide food for birds to eat. You may see birds hanging around your yard if you include these plants in your winter landscaping. 

Winter-Blooming Camellia

Another plant to consider including in your winter landscaping is winter-blooming camellia. During the winter months, many flowering bushes stop flowering and look like plain bushes, but winter-blooming camellia is different. This plant comes to life and begins to produce big, beautiful and colorful camellia flowers. If you love flowers and want to ensure you have flowers in your yard even during the dead of winter, include winter-blooming camellias in your landscaping

During the winter months, berry bushes can add something unique to your yard. The bushes often have leaves that are warm and rich green colors, which look beautiful against a snowy white backdrop. The bushes also produce berries in red, cranberry, burgundy or purple tones.

Birch Trees

The trees you select to plant in your yard can also add color and texture to your winter landscape. Many trees lose their leaves during the winter months and look bare and boring during this time frame. But birch trees are different. Most birch trees keep their leaves, which exhibit different colors, making your winter landscaping look a bit more alive. 

Evergreen Box Hedges

The last item you should consider including in your winter landscaping is evergreen box hedges. Evergreen box hedges are a classic hedge that look great year round. But due to their rich color, they especially pop in the winter months. They look great with snow piled on top of them or with Christmas lights wrapped around them. If you are looking for a classic hedge for your space that also looks great during the winter months, consider evergreen box hedges. 

Are you looking to keep your yard looking its best during the winter months? If so, Meyers Green Services can help. We are a full-service landscape maintenance and design/build firm that services the greater Columbus, OH area. Our team of landscape architects can help you design the perfect landscaping for your commercial or residential setting. Call us today for an estimate. 

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