Avoid the garden tragedy of fading blooms as spring wears on. With a little research and planning, colorful flowers can be a constant presence from early spring through late fall.
Buying, selling, or simply looking to enjoy the space you’re in, there are great returns to be had by taking excellent care of outdoor spaces or by adding upgrades to make the area more welcoming.
In pots, amongst regular landscaping, or in their own special scent gardens, herbs can delight the nose. Herbs equate to cooking for many. But this article will keep to herbs enjoyed for their aromatic and aesthetic appeal in landscaping.
Establishing a garden is a commitment, you’re not going to move it around every year, it’s important to choose wisely. An Iowa State University extension horticulture specialist offers some tips for making the right choice.
The plight of the bees has been a growing concern for everyone who eats. Creating pollinator gardens or even just adding pollinator friendly plants to landscaping or in the vegetable garden can help keep things buzzing along.
Losing a tree can be an emotional experience, it’s tough to let them go. But you don’t have to. Their sturdy bases and branches can be fashioned into keepsake items to continue their lives with the family.
The namesake hum of their wings can be enjoyed regularly if a flower garden is planned with their comfort in mind. Here are some tips to bring hummingbirds calling.
When one plants a tree, they enter an epic long-term relationship. Making the right choice is critical. Doris Taylor, Plant Clinic manager for Chicago’s Morton’s Arboretum offers tips for picking “that tree”.