So far, it’s been an unprecedented year. That’s why spending time with your family, at home, is such a priority.
The team at Green Collar Landscaping recognizes that we’re all looking for ways to enjoy this summer in our own backyards—this is an amazing opportunity to connect with our loved ones.
But how do you transform your backyard into a space where you can experience the ultimate staycation? Let’s look at a few considerations to help enhance your outdoor living quarters.
Create Your Little Sanctuary
Resting in a hammock is the quintessential image of relaxation and we can’t disagree! Lay back and read a book, enjoy an afternoon nap, or simply watch the clouds above. With such popularity, the vast assortment of sizes and colours are endless, and finding something that fits your space should be as easy as one, two…Zzzzzzz.
Pro tip: Find sturdy, healthy trees that exhibit no signs of disease or weak branches. If you don’t have two perfect trees, try installing solid wooden posts.
An Outdoor Area for the Entire Family
This time of year is great for watching your favourite movie outside, in the privacy of your own backyard. You most likely have a flat exterior wall out back somewhere, right? If you’re fortunate enough to have one, try projecting your flick right onto your house, or you can pin up a light bedsheet onto those same two hammock posts couple and project onto that.
You don’t own a projector, right? Too bad. Just kidding!
Over the last few years, projectors have dropped in price considerably. Check Amazon and have one shipped directly to you. We promise that the kids will love it ????
Create Forever Memories
It’s no secret that gardening and even taking care of plants is a mental health vacation or, staycation. During these times, it’s super important for everyone to get some fresh air each day.
So why not take this opportunity to make an awesome memory with the kids? Teach the kiddos how to plant a tree or tend to some flowers. Teachable moments don’t come by as often as we would want. Helping your children see the benefits that landscaping and gardening can have a positive impact on their ability to connect with nature.
Who knows? They just might be part of the next generation of team Green Collar ????