With Spring Upon Us, Time To Make Garden and Landscaping Plans
Spring officially begins March 20 but there is no need to wait to start planning and planting your spring garden and landscape projects. Evaluate Your Soil: With the heavy rains over the past few months, important nutrients from the soil may have leached out. Add soil amendments with the proper pH balance to encourage strong plant growth.4 Small Shade Trees That Are Perfect for Any Yard
If you want to upgrade the look and the function of your landscaping, consider some of the most recommended small shade trees. They offer beauty, convenience, and plenty of energy efficient shade!Gardening – The Hardest Vegetables to Grow
Give your garden an early start by growing cabbage – one of the most abundant crop and very easy to grow and most importantly very delicious to eat. Think of salads, soups, stir fried etc., cabbage is there for you.Herbicides to Use Against Invading Water Chestnuts
Water Chestnuts as we all know is one aquatic vegetable that grows in marshes under the mud. This edible vegetable has many benefits to its credit. However, while we enjoy eating water chestnut, there is another community of people for whom it becomes an obstacle.When Is the Right Time to Start Getting Rid of Lily Pads?
Just when you have finished building your pond and think of putting beautiful aquatic plants to enhance its beauty or purchase a lake home that you find to have lilies and the water front, realize that extracting or removing them can be very difficult. These stunning looking plants besides adding beauty to the pond or lake front also create ruffles inside the pond. Hence excessive growth can lead to overgrowth and therefore need proper trimming and chopping or chemical treatment from time to time.