Learn to Identify Plant Nutritional Deficiencies
Are your plants looking a little down? Too yellow, faded or easily disturbed? As a novice gardener, your biggest challenge to developing a healthy plant family is learning to identify plant nutritional deficiencies. Even experienced gardeners still have trouble figuring out what is going wrong with their plants. Learning to identify plant nutritional deficiencies is a significant step towards anticipating any problems your plants may have and thus helping to protect your plant investments. Here are some tips for learning to identify plant nutritional deficiencies so that your garden can thrive.The New Year Brings New Gardening Opportunities in Southern California
While January and winter weather means an end to gardening activities in many parts of the United States, it is prime time to plant in southern California. Plant fruit trees: A variety of bare root fruit trees are at nurseries ready to be planted in January. Varieties include apricot, blueberries, plum, apple, pear, peach and raspberries trees.Seeking The Services Provided By Expert Gardeners
Having a lawn or garden is something that many homeowners really want. When you spend much of every single day in an urban environment where concrete, smoke, and artificial lighting and vegetation are ever present, it can be such a welcome, refreshing sensation to come home to a space where you can bask in the open evening sky, feel the cool breeze, and breathe in clean, fresh air while enjoying the sight of your green grass and other plants. However, not all homeowners can have this luxury mainly because they won’t have all day, every…How to Create a Hedgehog-Friendly Garden
Tips on attracting hedgehogs to your garden. Includes advice on food, shelter and safety.Southern California Gardening Can Take a Back Seat To Holiday Festivities in December
December is the ideal month to take time off from gardening and enjoy the holidays, but for those who love to garden regardless of the season, there is still plenty to do. Turn Off Automatic Sprinklers: Most cities ban watering for 48 hours after a rain but you can usually wait longer to begin watering again. Rain usually saturates the soil much better than sprinklers.