How to Transform Your Backyard for Spring

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nce again, spring has sprung. We couldn’t be more ready for a change in season. Even though Southern California doesn’t change too drastically during the winter, we love spring for many reasons. Spring means an excuse for get-togethers, barbecues, and not to mention it means we’re one step closer to summer. So how exactly does one prepare for spring? We’re focusing on the most important part: our backyard space.  Who doesn’t love a good reason to entertain? We’re giving out tips on how to transition your backyard space from winter relaxation to Spring celebration.

Of course, backyard space is unique to everyone. While we understand that your priorities for when it comes to utilizing that space may vary, there are a few ways to switch things up for spring.

Out with the old and in with the new. Spring-cleaning doesn’t only apply to inside the house. Getting rid of old furniture, worn out décor, and exhausted backyard pieces will inspire you to feel some spring vibes. So toss out your old stuff and replace it with some pieces from spring catalogs. Did somebody say hammock time?

Whether or not you have a green thumb, landscaping is important to composing the overall look of your backyard. If you prefer to not get down and dirty, bring someone in to add some spring inspired flowers to your yard. Roger’s Gardens in Newport Beach can help you with all of your nature needs. Regardless, adding some extra bits of nature to your backyard will get you in the spring mindset.

If you can’t wait to celebrate, plan a welcoming party for spring. From cocktails to charcuterie, there are many ways to host a get together in your yard. Think of spring inspired attributes and how you can incorporate them into the festivities.

Lavender hinted drinks pair perfectly with the change in season. If you’re feeling creative, head over to Pinterest to find some spring sangria recipes that can be recreated and served in the comfort of your home.

Insider’s tip: succulents are more in style than ever. Grab a few potted cacti to add some extra design flare to your set up.

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