There is something magical about fall. It seems to be a moment in time when trees and plants come to their truest splendor. Even if you are a die-hard summer fan, you have to admit the beauty of all that encompasses this amazing season. Or maybe it’s the pumpkin spice lattes, football games, warm sweaters and boots that make everyone love this season so much.
Regardless what makes you love fall, having your own home garden that lets you enjoy the changing beauty is worth the effort.
Your home is your sanctuary – a place of rest, rejuvenation, and enjoyment. Adding landscape will bring color and texture to your yard that will create an inviting space that continues to build that sanctuary of peace. Choosing to include landscape that offers privacy, can make a stunning impression.
Whether it’s the unique shape or stunning color of each leaf, you might have hard time finding a more breathtaking and elegant tree than the Japanese maple. These incredible trees can provide much needed shade for other plants, and bring a splash of color and texture to any landscape.
Have you struggling with your newly planted trees not surviving the summer?
Are you searching for a way to grow fuller trees and shrubs?
More and more everyday gardeners are installing aeration tubes for their gardens, trees, and shrubs. This article will help to shed light on what deep root watering systems are and why the everyday gardener is installing them.
Do you live in the Pacific Northwest Region of the United States?
Are you considering what trees will do best in your backyard?
It is no secret that certain plants, shrubs, and tree preform better in different parts of the United States. This is due to climate, sun exposure, rainfall, soil composition, and other contributing factors.
Planting trees, plants, shrubs, and even grass that perform well in your region will give them a better chance of survival. It also saves you time and energy.
As the month of February draws to an end, it is time to start thinking of preparing our gardens for spring. If you live in the Southeast Region of the U.S., you will want to start thinking about what you can do now. Below is a compiled list of tips to help you prepare for spring.
The Southeast Region of the U.S. is the place to be in January. Today, we are looking at what needs to be done in your yard this month. Check out the following tips to find landscaping tips, perennial tips, annual tips, fruit and vegetable tips, and some general gardening tips.