So, what do you do with the falling leaves in your yard? Should you rake leaves or not? Mowing the leaves will chop them up on the ground for your lawn. Also, it makes great mulch for landscaped and garden areas. The best way to deal with leaves in your yard and help your l awn grow naturally with fewer weeds.
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As the temperatures cool in fall and the first frost arrives, many shade loving plants begin to wither away. Ferns, hostas, dicentras, solomon's seal, astilbe and ajuga start disappearing for their long winter's nap. This inevitably leaves more empty spaces than we'd prefer. Providing color in shaded areas is one way that the area encourages us to go outside and walk through the gardens. Strategically planting evergreen perennials is the best way to brighten otherwise drab spaces. Heucheras , hellebores and pachysandra are a few plants that keep their color and shape throughout the year. One...
You'll adore this new grass with beautiful white puffy plumes from late summer on through winter. Plant multiple White Cloud Muhly grasses in groups for striking focal points.
While potted ferns are available most of the year, bare root ferns are only available in fall and spring. Perfect tubers for naturalizing! Fall is such a great time for setting out fern tubers. Do not plant deeply, but cover with aged compost mix and rich compost. To keep your tubers from being eaten over late fall and winter by squirrels, chipmunks, voles and other burrowing critters, use our 2 step Bulb Saver . Ferns available in bare root tubers are: Christmas Ferns Cinnamon Ferns Lady Ferns Maidenhair Ferns Royal Ferns Click here for information on how to plant bare root ferns .
Whether you have large tracts of land or a few fallow acres that you want to put in timber plantation or nut producing orchard , selecting the proper trees will be the biggest decision you will make on the project. So, which of the best and profitable trees do you want to grow for your plantation? GSP Black Walnut trees - our GSP Black Walnuts are grown from seed from Purdue #1 trees in quart size pots. This tree variety is faster and straighter growing than the common black walnut tree with harvest maturity typically in th 30 to 35 year range with nut production beginning in the 8 to 10 year...