Tips & Tricks: A Cottage in the Greenery

Tips & Tricks: A Cottage in the Greenery

Your garden cottage will look more inviting if it is huddled amongst tree branches and flowers! Place some more..

Tips & Tricks: How to Make a Meadow

Tips & Tricks: How to Make a Meadow

Apart from plain grass, Inner Garden also allows you to include a real springtime meadow in your garden – sprinkled with wildflowers and inhabited by more..

Tips & Tricks: A Crop in Your Garden

Tips & Tricks: A Crop in Your Garden

In winter, we’ve always fed birds to help them survive the cold. Sunflower seed is the most widely popular snack with them! If you want to grow sunflowers or other farm plants in your garden, you can start a crop, using the rough soil surface.  more..

Tips & Tricks: Garden Mandala, or the Mirror of the Soul

Tips & Tricks: Garden Mandala, or the Mirror of the Soul

In Eastern wisdom, mandala is a round semi-abstract painting that helps one to submerge in peaceful meditation. Mandalas are also used in therapy. With Inner Garden, you can easily create such mandalas as well. For those who haven’t tried, it might be hard to believe how powerful more..

Tips & Tricks: Think Abstract, or Crawlers to Waterlilies

Tips & Tricks: Think Abstract, or Crawlers to Waterlilies

Abstract painting teaches us that transitions or gradations in size look delicious. Consider this diagram: more..

Tips & Tricks: Informal Paving

Tips & Tricks: Informal Paving

The slate surface can be placed straight into the grass which looks clean and tight, but sometimes it might be more exciting to loosen things up by adding dirt or gravel margins. You can either add just a subtle hint of it, or you can go all the way and make the paving look old and broken (if you are one of those people like us who more..

Tips & Tricks: Casual Flower Patches

Tips & Tricks: Casual Flower Patches

If flower patches that look like they were cut with a ruler are not what you want, try combining flower patch surfaces with ramsons – it complements the flowers well and unlike the actual flower patches, its boundary is loose and organic. You will also notice that the more..

Tips & Tricks: Boardwalk – by Dry Foot over the Wet Land

Tips & Tricks: Boardwalk – by Dry Foot over the Wet Land

Boardwalks will allow you to walk conveniently through the marsh areas of your garden and to watch the ducks in the rustling reeds or frogs sitting on top of waterlily leaves. Boardwalks look especially good when half-covered by wild vegetation surfaces such as ramsons, burdock or reeds. more..

Tips & Tricks: Under the Trees

Tips & Tricks: Under the Trees

It rarely happens that the grass under a tree is the same as around it. The lack of light causes the grass to turn yellow, disappear altogether, or give way to crawlers. A tree will feel better anchored if the surface under it is not the same as around it.  Click on the thumbnail for more examples. more..

Tips & Tricks: Overgrown Benches

Tips & Tricks: Overgrown Benches

Benches will feel cozy and private if they are overgrown by organic chaos of shrubs and flowers. Whether you want to spend a moment of quiet understanding with your significant other, read a book, or just smell the more..