Nearly everyone knows gardens need water to thrive, but like almost everything else in life you can have too much of a good thing. Water that pools in your garden and fails to drain properly can leave the soil waterlogged and cut off life-giving oxygen to the roots of your plants. Unless you are growing a bog garden, your garden space needs good drainage to keep your plants happy and thriving.
There are a myriad of reasons that you may want to garden with plants that thrive in the shade. Maybe you live in a wooded area or a generally overcast area of the world. Perhaps you simply like the look of plants that thrive in the shade. Whatever the reason may be, this brief article will serve to inform you of 5 plants that thrive in the shade. Their beauty and ease of care will have even the most jaded of green thumbs enthralled.
When your yard has a dip in the center, landscaping can be a challenge. Plants that grow well in the wet central area won't grow well on the borders. This makes it tougher to design a landscape. You can't just pick 2 or 3 favorite plants and incorporate them through the whole yard like you can with flat land. You can, however, have a beautifully landscaped yard if you follow these tips.
Having a beautiful lawn throughout the entire year takes a lot of effort and time that most homeowners simply do not have. Hiring a landscaper can be quite costly, and will add up quickly year after year. Save your money by faking it and installing artificial grass instead. Artificial grass looks just as nice, if not nicer, and requires no work at all. Say good-bye to fertilizers, lawn mowers and mud.
There are a variety of reasons you may need to remove a tree from your yard; the tree is decaying or dying, perhaps it was struck by lightning, a zoning ordinance requires you to remove the tree, etc. Whatever the reason you may have for removing a tree, there is often one crucial part of tree removal that people often forget. When removing a tree, you need to remove all of the tree.