Are you looking to add a little fall color to your landscape?
As autumn season begins to bloom, you might notice a beautifully colored yellow gingko tree also putting on a show. These trees are believed to be the oldest living species of tree on earth. They can live up to 1,000 years and grow 120 feet tall.
If you are looking to add a pop of fall color to your landscape with an unusual tree, the gingko tree is perfect for you. Today, we are sharing 5 tips about growing this sacred tree.
We are halfway through the month of September, and fall is almost here. We have assembled a list of tips to help you find out what you can do in your yard this month from preparing for winter to planting trees.
Pansies add that perfect touch to your fall garden. You can choose from a variety of colors such as red, orange, yellow, blue, pink, purple and white. Fall is the ideal time to plant pansies for two main reasons:
Would you like to grow your own delicious broccoli?
I know, you may be thinking, “how could broccoli ever be delicious?” Broccoli isn’t normally a favorite vegetable pick, but if grown properly and cared for, you can be sure your homegrown broccoli will be the best you have ever tasted.
Fall is almost here and that means it is time to put together our September yard to-do list. In this article you’ll find to-do inspirations for all over your yard. From landscaping tips, fruit and vegetable tips to perennial, annuals and general gardening tips, you will be able to keep your garden and yard in pristine condition.
The fall planting season is here and one of my favorite vegetables is spinach. In my house, we eat a lot of spinach. This green, leafy vegetable is full of vitamins A, B and C and is high in iron and calcium.
Quick Tip: One great way to eat spinach is to make it into a smoothie. Simply add spinach, bananas, strawberries (or any berry) and coconut milk into a blender and blend. Add some flax seed for extra health power.
Are you looking for some watering tips for the month of August?
Schools across the country are starting for the year and the temperatures in the Southeast Region are hot. This can only mean one thing, it’s August. If you are like me, you’ve worked too hard on your lawn and garden to see the summer sun ruin your yard.