Here are some of our favorite ways to fight cabin fever. These tips will ease you through the last month of winter to come out feeling great for spring.
A shade garden can be a great place of relaxation and serenity. Sitting under the shade, you can do a lot of restful activities without sweating under the sun. Just sit under the shade and enjoy the beauty of the nature, read books, or have casual talks with family members. The uniqueness of the shade garden plants is that they flourish well in areas frequented by limited natural light. The decreased light may be of a morning sun, gloomy sun, or filtered sun.
We’ve broken down these spring chores into your own actionable, yet time frame doable Garden To-Do List for early spring. You will also find Time Saver tips to keep your work in the yard to a minimum.
Winter weather can wreck havoc on the plants in your landscape. Click here for the complete article on tips on looking for winter plant damage.
Do you actually realize that gardening mistakes can even happen right in your own yard? Whether you think that your garden looks good or not, it really doesn't matter. If everything doesn't work, your whole garden will not work. Here are listed the top 8 gardening mistakes and the ways to correct them:
If you're looking for small growing lavender plants that will be at home in containers, then the Blue River Lavender is the one for you. The deep purple blue of the flowers are not only beautiful but fragrant.
Greenwood Nursery announces the addition of Dwarf Pampas Grass. This beautiful pampas matures at 5 to 6 feet tall with a spread of 3 to 4 feet wide, making it an excellent choice plant for small gardens.