Category Archives: Plants

10 Late Summer Yard And Garden Upgrades

Don’t feel hopeless just because summer is ending. With a little effort, you can still enjoy your outdoors by grooming your yard and garden. If you use the right summer gardening techniques, you’ll have an attractive landscape to take you beyond summer. Here are 10 vibrant late summer upgrades for your yard and garden. 1.…
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Seven Ways to Have a Healthier Looking Yard

Have you bought a new home or recently built one and are now looking for landscaping ideas? There is nothing that makes a home more attractive than having a yard that looks healthy. To achieve this, activities, such as mowing, planting, and watering, might be at the top of your to-do list. You will have…
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Five Plants to Grow for Privacy Landscaping

When you are at home, do you want privacy? If you do but can’t afford a fence, or do not want one, there are other options. You can turn your home into a cloistered hideaway by growing a natural fence using suitable vines, shrubs, or trees. Not only will plants guarantee privacy, but they will…
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Easy Steps to An Edible Landscaping DIY Garden

A carefully manicured grass lawn is the hallmark of suburban living. Flowerbeds, shade trees, and picturesque shrubs characterize most gardens. However, you can inject more life into your garden easily by growing edible plants. Fruits and vegetable plants add color and creativity. They will also help you save a couple of dollars on the shopping…
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How to Pick Summer Plants for Your Yard

Are you looking to enhance your backyard’s outlook with some summer plants? Alternatively, are you looking for an ideal summer plant that will thrive best in your area? If yes, you are in the right place. This blog seeks to provide you with an insight into some of the best ways to lighten up your…
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What To Do About Invasive Species

Invasive species such as animals, non-native plants, and microorganisms are a major threat to our ecosystems, and natural habitats. They are more difficult to manage when they spread and establish themselves. Nonnative plants are the most problematic invasive species and they even have tendencies to dislodge our native plants when invading to live and spread.…
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The Trails and Tribulations of Landscaping in South Florida

South Florida is largely a tropical region. Its most defining characteristic is heat, freezes being a rarity. Temperatures during the night do not go down as much as it does in other parts of the state. With such a climate, most houseplants are outdoor plants in South Florida year round. The plant material is mainly…
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Landscaping Ideas for Warm-Weather Edible Plants

Living in warm weather means, you have many options when it comes to growing flowers and shrubs, and there are a variety of edible plants that will thrive in hot weather. Vegetables tend to tolerate heat best when it comes to edible plants, and some of these edible blooms are so ornate that you can…
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Spring Flowers That Attract Bees and Promote Pollination

If you are an avid gardener, you are likely familiar with the vital role that bees play in your garden. Bees make your garden healthier and can prolong the life of your flowers. The critical services that bees contribute to your plants are so essential that one of every three bites of food you take…
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Irrigation Tips for Dry or Sandy Soil

It can be a challenge to grow healthy grass and plants in areas with dry or sandy soil. Whether your home is in a coastal area of you have soil with a light texture, it is important to take special care when watering the soil. Lawns in desert-like conditions must be watered effectively as well.…
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