22 Beautiful Flower Beds Around Trees
Everyone will agree that the most beautiful thing in the garden is the flowers.
In fact, every tree in the garden can look amazing with beautiful flower beds around.
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It is a very easy and simple way to add a splash of color to your landscaping.
Tip: Check the Garden Tower Project for an amazing vertical garden you can have today!
I have collected the following flower beds around trees to show you how stunning every tree can look like. Enjoy! 🙂
1.Round Raised Flower Bed
If you are a fan of the considerably big flower beds, you should consider choosing this creative DIY round raised flower bed.
The lovely red begonias make a perfect contrast with the stones and the grass.
2. Purple Means Stylish
There are tons of inexpensive raised garden ideas out there waiting for you! For instance, these broken rocks in a combination with the alpine purple
Mauve are adding texture to the whole landscaping.
3. Brick Flower Bed Design Ideas
You don’t have to necessarily live in Versaille to enjoy a unique outdoor space! Here is one of my favorite ideas that would perfectly fit the patio!
The orange bricks and the Petunias are adding some rustic vintage vibe to the garden.
4. Old Carriage Into a Petunia Flower Bed
I am dying to share with you how to turn an old carriage into one of the coolest petunia flower beds. This idea is particularly good for smaller yards.
The metal material is bringing some significant amount of vintage look.
5. Add Some Volume
This garden has some really majestic trees which need plants to accompany them. The main idea here is to create a composition of contrasting colors with abundant vegetation of different heights.
And voila – you are now enjoying one of the most awesome flower beds! 😎
6. Another Raised Flower Bed
I know that finding good but simple front yard flower bed used to be a pain in the neck! Not anymore!
These useful tree seats are perfect for making raised beds for your flowers, herbs, vegetables etc.
7. Solar Lamps Can Be Your Bestie
This photo “speaks” more about some flower bed decoration ideas (this is also something you should consider after choosing the type of bed). Perfect raised bed garden.
The solar lamps, which come in different size and shapes, could help you out a lot!
8. It’s All About The Tulips
One of the easiest (but still very pretty) ideas for making flower beds is with tulips.
As they are usually large, showy and brightly colored, they could be in a perfect contrast with the grass and the tree trunk.
9. Turn Your Backyard Into a Majestic Carnival
While you are thinking how to design flower beds, ask yourself if you want more colors or not. Here in the picture is a carnival of different color tones.
Spring Petunias, for instance, could perfectly fit.
10. Rustic Is Always In Style
Are you a fan of the rustic design? If so, you may decide to follow this great idea – very simple but looking stylish and welcoming.
Tip: pick some shorter flowers such as Petunias or Daisies. There is no need for flooring.
11. Flower Carper
In the springtime, the Charleston creeping phlox creates cascading drifts of purple flowers that look like pools of soft color in the garden. It could be a gorgeous combination of spring trees and flowers.
One of the coolest flower bed landscaping ideas!
12. Circular Flower Bed Design Ideas
This type of flower bed could perfectly fit the backyard.
Tip: to get a better view of the result, try to make a sketch.
Mark over all the buildings, stages, decorative jewelry, platforms and other items. List the places of adornment, the resort, the dry waterway and other sandy routes.
13. Go Green
Hostas (hosta flowers) are widely known for their stunning overlapping leaves. You can grow beautiful hostas in your garden and add more texture to your landscape.
Adding texture, they will make the perfect plant bed around the tree in your backyard.
14. Color Simplicity
It’s very original to make a flower bed with shorter flowers around a succulent plant in your garden.
Tip: Choose some flowers in vivid colors so they would be in contrast with the greenery.
15. Flower Bed Arrangement For Beginners
Wave Petunias are still favorites of gardeners everywhere, and definitely are making a splash in the garden – with even more color varieties nowadays.
This type of flower bed around the trees could be made even by a very beginner DIY-ers.
16. Carriage Wheel For a Rustic Look
If you are desperately searching for flower bed stone edging ideas – here is a good one! Every DIY-er would do it by himself.
All you need is some stones, an old carrier wheel for a rustic vintage look and some smaller flowers such as Lily of the valley, Violets, and Black-eyed Susan.
17. Play With The Colors
Choosing several colors and mixing them in the right way is an ever-working formula!
Just check out this stunning symmetrical flower bed – the highest plants are closer to the tree trunk and the shortest ones are like a border.
You can freely use Bellflowers, Catnips, Black-eyed Susan etc.
18. Let’s Add Some Texture
Another cool project you can add to your list of beautiful flower beds is this bushy perennial flowers in different colors.
They are adding texture to the trees and will make your garden look phenomenal!
No need for rocks or wooden pieces for a finished look!
19. Purple Clematis
The Purple Clematis are considerably hardy, large-flowered, and grow intense purple flowers. This is my husband’s one of the most favorite narrow flower arrangements. Why?
Because the Clematis can climb fences, posts, and trellises. Plus, they are easy to take care of. Hooray!
20. Begonia Circles
Begonias are classic shade-lovers that will perfectly enjoy the time under the trees.
They are coming in various colors and heights so that may be the time when all of you, crazy DIY- ers, need to set your imagination free. 💡
21. Tiny Bench Under the Tree
Flowers make us happy! How about sitting under the tree while you are enjoying them?
This cute little bench perfectly fits the rest of the landscaping!
22. Pumpkins To the Rescue
This creative DIY composition of hay, pumpkins, and Purple Daisies is one of my favorite side of house flower beds! It looks very natural, simple but stylish and catchy at the same time. Just try it!