A glass of wine, soft lights and a intimate, romantic atmosphere. In the late summer it is lovely to relax in a romantic garden. A romantic garden resembles the English garden style: rural and natural. We have some great tips for you listed so you can create some romance in your own garden.
The Natural Garden
In a romantic garden nature should take its course. The plants and trees in the garden may be present, but taking care to note that it remains a well-kept whole. For example a lawn. A beautiful lawn may not be lacking in a romantic garden, that’s why it needs some styling.
The green parts is one of the key elements in a romantic garden, but this does not mean that paving is not an option in a romantic garden. Actually, a stone path pendulum or a small roundabout in the garden provides an extra dimension to a romantic garden.
Choose the flowers and the plants
Flowers and plants belong in a romantic garden. For example, roses! They are a huge hit number 1 when it comes to romance, don’t you think? Also lavender, geraniums and phlox are well suited in a romantic garden. In the late summer still a lot of flowers are in bloom. If you are looking for red, pink, white or pastel colored autumn bloomers you can choose from: autumn chrysanthemum, black cohosh, orpine, turtle flower, lily grass, aconite and fall aster. Do you have any tall trees or plants in your garden? These enhance the intimate atmosphere in a romantic garden.
The Decoration of a romantic garden
With classical furniture and accessories you give a final touch to a romantic garden. For example, a wooden bench for two or a woven cane or wicker furniture. Preferably in natural or fresh light colors. With accessories such as candles, throws and pillows you dress the garden further. This way you can enjoy the warm late summer and your romantic garden.