Once your summer gardening has ended, there is plenty of work that is still needed to be done if you want to get your early crops in the spring planted as soon as the weather permits. With a (more…)
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All the extremes of weather we've been seeing this past year have fueled the debate about whether our climate is changing for the worse or whether we're just having a decade or so of (more…)
White roses are loved for their beauty and fragrance. They are cultured for a variety of landscape effects or for cutting. Following are tips on planting and maintenance of your white rose (more…)
Landscapes rarely on easy to care for trees, shrubs, perennials, and sometimes for the home gardener annuals and potted arrangements to come together.
Trees are often the foundations of the (more…)
How does Companion Planting work and what do I plant for which plants?
Companions help each other grow. Tall plants, for example, provide shade for sun-sensitive shorter plants. An example of this (more…)
One species of grass that is native to Northern Asia, the mountains of Algeria and Morocco, and most of Europe is Kentucky bluegrass. This kind of grass has become more popular and common in some (more…)
With hydrangea planting, you first need to choose what type of hydrangeas you wish to plant. There are many different varieties, all of which grow to different heights, work better in some areas, (more…)
Trees have always played an important part in people’s lives, from providing shade and maintaining the beauty of the place to fruits and flowers that attract fauna! Whenever you are around trees (more…)
Longer daylight hours and typically cool June weather means this month is the ideal time to plant, prune and make changes in the yard.
Plant Perennials for Summer Flowers: Pick up several of these (more…)