Whether you have a large farm or a commercial business, a large amount of acreage can be difficult to manage. You may have specific uses for all that land but you probably still want it to look presentable and nice for yourself, your employees, and any visitors or guests you may have. It might seem daunting to try to landscape such a large area but it doesn’t have to be. There are a few ways to make your acreage beautiful without compromising on anything.
You’re already running a business; you don’t have time to play gardener too, right? Wrong! There are plenty of flowers or other plants that don’t need any care, or no more than regular maintenance that can be done at the same time as a grass cut. Creating a designated flower bed on your acreage or just some blooms around the edge of your building can really boost the look of the land.
The world is constantly leaning towards more green options and there’s no better way for your business’s cafeteria to stay green than to have a sustainable garden in the back. Grow vegetables like carrots, tomatoes, cabbage, and so much more right in your own backyard. This is also a great opportunity for fundraisers during harvesting seasons.
Depending on how much property you have and what you want to use the space for, you could probably benefit from a few extras. Maybe a pond, fountain, gazebo, or just a few bird baths scattered around. This is also the time to look around and see if you might want more trees or bushes along your property.
Is a brand new fence really a landscaping tool? Yes! You may only think of fences as a barrier or security need but they can be a beautiful addition to your business’s property, too. There are plenty of options to make sure your new fence serves both functions. Choose one that matches your building’s exterior or goes with the style you want your business to be associated with and make sure it has all of the security needs you want, such as an access gate or tall height to prevent climbing. You can even take a couple other landscaping tips and mix them with this one by plants bushes or flowers along the base of your fence to enhance its aesthetic appeal.