With lifestyles and professional demands continually evolving, owning or living in a home as a long-term proposition is becoming less of a priority for many. This may seem to make owning or planning for a dream garden difficult and, for renters, not a wise investment.For those of you with a small outdoor space to plan for, there are many great design ideas and products that can allow you to design and create your own private dream garden that can move with you if required. That includes feature plants and pots, water features, screens, furniture and even garden walls. In fact, smaller courtyard spaces can be almost fully transportable apart from the floor surface and some larger, established trees.
Obviously, if you have a large space, then creating a portable garden will be difficult, and there are certainly many things you simply can’t do. The first thing I’d recommend is to create a small room or courtyard within the larger garden and focus your investments there. That way you’ll have a portable garden within a garden that can be moved if need be.Another thing to consider before we get started is that if you have a garden feature that you really love and are thinking of selling your property, make sure you specify taking it with you in your contract of sale and make it clear to all prospective buyers to ensure there are no arguments. Otherwise you could end up having to leave your prized garden feature behind.
So what garden pieces could you plan to take with you?