CALEDONIA, Mich. (WOOD) - The warmer temps have people itching to get outside, which gets you thinking about your yard and outdoor patio. Rachael visited Harder and Warner Landscaping to get some advice on adding color and excitement to your outdoor space.
The first signs of color for your yard are the already planted bulbs. Tulip, hyacinth, daffodil and iris bulbs are always the first to pop-up. But don't worry if you haven't been proactive in planting, there are lots of annuals in stores right now to plant. Other options to give your yard a pop of color include trees and bushes with blossoms, foliage and berries.
One trend that Harder and Warner Landscaping is seeing this season is a boost in vertical gardening. Planters, window boxes and living walls are all unique ways to garden off the ground.
Harder and Warner Landscaping is bursting with flowers, trees, topiaries and even cool statues to decorate your garden. Harder and Warner Landscaping is located on 6464 Broadmoor Ave. in Caledonia just off of M-6.
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