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Landscape Ideas For
The Shade

When planting shade plants, double check to make sure they are on seperate sprinkler valves and timers so that they don't get watered as frequently as the plants in full sun.

This may seem obvious, but many a professional landscaper, when they were in a hurry, have made this very basic mistake.

The result is plants that have too much water and rot.






Past Articles Library | Garden Plants, Mulch, and Landscape Ideas



Garden Plants and Care:

16 Fall Flowers and Perennial Plants

Growing & Pruning Hydrangeas Guidebook

When To Prune Shrubs

How To Grow Tricyrtis - Toad Lily

High Heat Flowers - These flowers do well in extremely hot, dry, conditions as well as moderate temperatures.


Keep Honey Bees From Disappearing
Create a bee-friendly garden using plants bees love


Best Garden Fertilizers

Avoid Rose Replant Disease

How to Buy The Best Bare-Root Trees, Shrubs and Roses

Avoid Frost Damage and Protect Your Plants

Geranium Care - Overwintering Geraniums - Three super easy geranium care tricks for the cold winter months


Planting Peonies and Easy Peony Care

  Tips and Trees For Dry Soil Areas

  Tips and Trees For Wet Soil Areas

  How To Water Plants Properly

How to Deadhead Roses

How to Grow Bibb Lettuce

Grow an Old-Time Root Vegetable-The Turnip

Azaleas-How to Care and Propagate Them

Tips for Growing Columbine

Growing Dwarf Pampas Grass

How to Grow and Propagate Trumpet Creeper

Growing Peanuts

Growing Beehive Cactus

How to Grow Indian Blanket

3 Easy Gardening Tests that Anyone Can Do

Texas Superstars

How to Grow Two Old Fashion Plants-Cotton and Broomcorn


Mulch:

The Wonders of Mulch - A Complete How To Use Mulch Guide

Mulching - How Much And How Deep?

Mulch Gardening 101


Mulch: Every Gardener's Little Secret


Choosing the Right Mulch for Your Gardening Needs


Landscape Ideas:

Keep Honey Bees From Disappearing
Create a bee-friendly garden using plants bees love

Garden Plants That Are Similar But Different!

Beat The Heat - Plant A Moonlight Garden

Building a Three Board Raised Bed

Topiaries: A Classical Tradition in Plant Art Inside and Out

Landscape Design: Unique Garden Borders

Landscape Design: Choices in Hardscape

Landscape Design: Privacy Fencing Tips

Organizing Ones Color Palate through the Use of the Color Wheel

Creating a Landscape Plan or Design

Adding Pizzazz to a Monochromatic Landscape

Add Harmony to Any Landscape through a Complementary Color Scheme

Learn How to Turn a Rainbow Color Landscape into a Designer Polychromatic Color Scheme

A Landscape Design using Colorful Neighbors-The Analogous Color Scheme

Trompe L'oeil in the Landscape Part I

Trompe L'oeil in the Landscape Part 2

Creating Privacy with a Living Fence

Creating Nature Inspired Stepping-Stones

Creating a Bamboo Border

Building a Concrete Bag Garden Wall

10 Beautiful Climbers

Walking Down a Scented Path with Thyme

How to Build a Garden Bridge

How to Grow Hyacinths

Plant Diseases of Marigolds

How to Grow Peanuts

Earth-Kind Landscaping

How to Grow and Care for the Euonymus

Gardening Benefits for Seniors

How to Grow and Care for Candytuft

Tips for Growing Balsam

History of USDA Hardiness Zones

Learn to Grow Wintergreen

Guide to Growing Witch Hazel

Xeriscaping-Annual Vines for a Drought Tolerant Landscape

 





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Gardening-tip:



Stressed Plants

When a plant gets stressed either from lack of water, not enough nutrients, or being choked by weeds, they actually emit a different kind of chemical.

That chemical alerts bugs that here is an easy target.

One of the best ways to prevent an attack from insects to begin with, is to keep your plants as healthy, and as weed free as possible.


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