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Evergreen Shrubs And Hedges Are Important, Cold Hardy Landscape Specimen Plants - Hits (22984)
... a few varieties are available to buy at your local nursery for planting, and growing. Many shrubs are selected and grown on a basis of intelligent buying of flowering hedges, evergreen cold hardiness, non-flowering hedges, berry shrubs, and deciduous shrubs. Many shrubs glow with brightly...

How To Sharpen Lawn Mower Blades - Hits (19243)
... the lawn mower blades at minimum price and effort. Your Manual Lawn Mower – The Faithful Walk Behinds Tools: The tools that your will require for doing this job are - You and your time of about 2 hours or less - A bastard file of about 12” long - A small crow bar to prevent movement of...

How to Prune Plum Trees - Hits (15579)
... overcrowded wood. Some rather more detailed pruning is, however, necessary in the early years, in order to build up a suitable framework. How to prune plum trees - Maiden treeIf a maiden tree is planted, that is, a tree within one year of budding or grafting, pruning may be carried out in the...

How to Prune Pear Trees - Hits (8441)
... of established bushes, in a garden, is also the same for pears and apples. There are, however, a few points to which attention should be drawn. How to prune pear trees - GeneralPears, generally, will stand harder pruning than apples without being forced into excessive wood growth. Bush...

Fragrant House Plants - Hits (7334)
... but the aroma only sticks around for a short time after I’m finished vacuuming. Fragrant house plants offer a continuous aroma and is the natural way (and by far my favorite way) to keep your home fresh. Everyone’s taste is different. I prefer a spicy, woodsy or musky scent while others...

How To Plant Rose Bushes In Landscaping Your Garden - Hits (6180)
... of planting as is feasible in order to allow for settling of the soil. Fall is the best time for setting out roses, but you can plant in spring. When they arrive from the nursery, plant at once. If they have dried en route, soak the roots and put the tops in a bucket of water before planting....

Brick Patio Weed Control - Hits (5407)
... service as a weeding tool and there are several better alternatives for brick patio weed control. Of course, the best method of brick patio weed control is proper installation of your brick patio. An under-layment of pea gravel, topped by a layer of sturdy landscape cloth, covered with a layer...

Lawns, Gophers & Moles - Hits (5184)
... the roots and killing your roses, fruit trees, any attempt at a vegetable garden, the bulbs you plant and so forth. Gophers and gardening don’t go together at all! The gophers got to go.I have had many run ins with gophers in my years of gardening and I’ve always been successful in getting...

Perennial Flowering Vines, Bush Hedges, And Fern Plants - Hits (4944)
... to one year unless it is grown out of zone. For instance, the tulip bulb is a perennial plant when grown in the Netherlands, but in much of the United States, the tulip bulbs decline and won't flower again in many States, so that tulips are planted thereafter as an annual—not to return the...

Everything You Need To Know About Sago Palm Care - Hits (4919)
... in keeping their garden prim and proper, using flowers and accessories to add character to it. There are many different things that can be used and one of those things is sago palm trees. The great thing about sago palm trees is that they are very adaptable and they can be used either in sunny...

Garden Bench Plans - Building Your Own Outdoor Projects - Hits (4895)
... garden, porch, or patio is a great way to sharpen your woodworking skills. First step is to find some plans for the style of bench you want. Next gather your tools and material, and now you are ready to build your own garden bench. If you are a beginner builder this project might seem difficult....

Pruning Your Orchid Plants - Hits (4544)
... from the nodes on the old blossom stalk, or some plants will produce small baby plants (pups) from these nodes. The new plantsmay be removed and potted after they develop roots. Of course, some orchids do neither of these things. In either case, it doesn't hurt the plant if you remove the old...

Types Of Vines For Landscaping Your Home - Hits (4459)
... vine for walls, too; evergreen, it grows well on the north sides of buildings as well as on exposed locations. Winter-creeper, in both large and small-leaved varieties, is a hardy vine for wall planting. Other vines that can cling without aid to concrete, brick and stone include Chinese...

How To Use Flower Beds In Landscaping Your Garden - Hits (4319)
... proper arrangement of flower beds in your garden and attentive care to them can insure you a continuing bloom of lovely flowers year after year. For with planning, it is possible to maintain flowers in your garden during the entire length of the growing season. Borders and beds are planted...

Snapper Mower Models - Hits (4319)
... are available from Snapper Inc. These models come in Walk behind, rear engine rider, zero turn mowers, lawn & garden tractors, rear tine tillers and the like. Snapper Inc. also have the utility vehicle and the golf carts. Here we will consider only the walk behind and the riders models...

Evergreens You Can Use For Landscaping - Hits (4300)
... Evergreens range from the broadleaved shrubs like rhododendron and laurel to the tall-needled cone-bearing pines and stately spruces.The giant spruces and firs are most effective as windscreens; the spreading evergreen shrubs are widely used not only because of their attractiveness but...

History Of The Pawpaw Tree - Hits (4055)
... trees growing on the Alatamaha River in Georgia and in east Florida, which he described as, ‘Annona incarna,’ the name later was updated by modern taxonomists. “The fruit the size of a small cucumber …containing a yellow pulp of the consistence of a hard custard, and a very delicious, wholesome...

Cordless Electric Lawn Mower Review - Hits (3746)
... offers the following observations and advice to those considering the purchase of a cordless electric lawn mower. Convenience This cordless lawn mower is extremely convenient. There is no need to purchase any gasoline or oil for the life of the mower. Because gasoline prices are currently so...

Tissue Culture Applications To Improve Crops Of Strawberries, Raspberries, And Blackberries - Hits (3636)
... “run out.” Strawberry plants have demonstrated this clonal decline (running out) for many years. After growing strawberry plants for five or more years, gardeners became accustomed to dividing a clump of plants that contained the mother plant (oldest plant) in the center and replanting the...

Growing Choice Strawberry Plants - Hits (3519)
... These plants can be a wonderful addition to any gardening program. If you are interested in possibly cultivating and raising strawberries, you need to pay attention to where you intend to plant your strawberries. In this regard, you likely should consider avoiding planting strawberry seeds...

Guide to Growing Tree Ferns - Hits (3365)
... helped no doubt by it frequent appearances in many of the television garden makeover programmes.Varieties of tree ferns to grow in the UK Tree ferns can roughly be divided in hardy and non hardy when growing in the UK. It is likely there are up to a thousand species of tree fern, with most of...

How to Prune Apple Trees - Hits (3342)
... considerable variation in ideas exists on the subject, generally. Concerning bush trees in the small garden, the following points should be borne in mind. First, one may ask, "what happens if no pruning is done at all"? The answer is that too much growth may be made, the branches will be too...

The Three Main Parts Of A Tree - Hits (3251)
... The leaves absorb carbon dioxide from the air and use the sun's light energy to combine this gas with the moisture from the roots, thus making the simple sugars that are the basic nutrients of the tree. The trunk, limbs, branches and twigs hold the leaves in position to receive the life-giving...

American Fruit Trees, Nut Trees, Berry Plants, Grapevines, And Native Plants Promoted By Thomas Jefferson - Hits (3216)
... grape vines, berry plants, and many other potentially useful crops that might be commercially grown in the United States. Many of these seed plants and trees were exported to the American colonists and planters for experimental growing on United States farms and plantations. In exchange to...

Flower Garden Design With Concrete Fountains - Hits (2789)
... Concrete patios can also put a lot of charm into a small space, making it easy to create an amazing living space in even the smallest of backyards. Types of Concrete Fountains Concrete fountains come in two different types. They can either be wall fountains or standing fountains, both...

The Chinese Strawberry Tree (Chinese Mulberry Tree), Cudrania Tricuspidata And European Strawberry Tree, Arbutus Unedo - Hits (2782)
... The Chinese Strawberry fruit is more rounded than a mulberry, which is usually elongated. The Chinese Strawberry Tree is sometimes called a Chinese mulberry, because in China, the strawberry tree leaf looks like a miniature version of a mulberry tree leaf. The strawberry tree leaves in China are...

Azalea Hybrid Bushes And Native American Fiery (flame) Azaleas - Hits (2558)
... lavender. Other outstanding Formosa azaleas are Duc DeRohan, Dutchess of Cypress, G.G. Gerbing, George L. Tabor, Madonna White, and South. Kurume azaleas are evergreen azaleas with considerable cold hardiness and were introduced into the United States around 1915 from Japan. Japan has a...

Use Of Garden Tractor For Small Areas - Hits (2497)
... Well, there are some points in favor of both the ideas and we will take look at both sides of the coin. Garden Tractor Vs Lawn Tractors When you start looking for tractor for your garden, you confronted with choice of purchasing a small or a large tractor. The choice is difficult for a small...

History Of Mulberry Trees, ‘Morus Alba,’ ‘Morus Rubrum,’ And ‘Morus Nigra’ - Hits (2409)
... with the berries, and the leaves were used in the Orient to fatten silkworms for the silk trade. General Oglethorpe, in 1733, imported 500 white mulberry trees to Fort Frederica in Georgia to encourage silk production at the English colony of Georgia. William Bartram, the famous early...

Flower Garden Design Ideas: How To Create An Amazing Garden! - Hits (2397)
... day. With some planning and work, a lovely flower garden can be yours to enjoy. Planning Flower Garden Designs Creating beautiful flower garden designs takes much planning and consideration. You will need to consider the types of flowers and combinations of colors you desire for the garden....

Flowering Azaleas, Camellia, Crepe Myrtle (crape Myrtle), And Other Important Landscape Shrubs - Hits (2382)
... shrub, Bottlebrush, Bridal Wreath, Gardenia, Ligustrum, Oleander, and Tea Olive. Azaleas and Camellias are the most important of the flowering shrubs. Flowering Evergreen Shrubs Azaleas are perhaps the most well known evergreen flowering shrubs grown in America. Hybrids of azaleas are now...

Lawn Mower Blades As The Hard Working Part Of Lawnmowers - Hits (2330)
... are made of tool steel or ordinary steel called mild steel or carbon steel. The edges of the blades made of tool steel remain sharp for longer time and will require lesser sharpening over the age of the blade. Tool steel blade is costly and generally cannot be sharpened at the DIY workshop....

Solving Residential Drainage Problems and Installing Residential Landscape Drainage Systems Throughout the Houston Texas Area - Hits (2296)
... sensitivity to moisture fluctuations. Oh, yes—and we regularly get torrential rainfall. While these conditions don’t make us, say, New Orleans, they certainly give homeowners pause when considering a functional landscape drainage system. The advantages of a proper residential landscape drainage...

Shade Trees, Flowering Trees, And Evergreen Trees For Landscape Specimen Growing - Hits (2284)
... during the heat of the summer is well known. Some evergreen trees also provide shade all year, a factor that may be undesirable in some cases during hard winter freezes, when an evergreen shade tree may block off the heat rays from the sun that might melt snow and ice from a house roof or...

Simply Simple - Simplicity Lawn Mowers - Hits (2253)
... the low cost zero turn radius tractor within the reach of everyone. The neat features of Coronet are well appreciated by everyone and liked by the drivers who have driven the lawn mower. The features briefly are * The price range of Javelin tractor is $3200 to $3899, which makes it an affordable...

Clumping Cold Hardy Bamboo Plants In America - Hits (2222)
... United States, zones 7 – 10. Clumping bamboo, as the name suggests, grows into large grass-like clumps with the stalks growing tightly together, and expanding 360 degrees outwards, to reach a diameter of 10 – 15 feet. Generally, clumping bamboo is thought to have smaller diameter poles...

Tiki Torch Oil: New Green Bio Fuel for Your Tiki Torches - Hits (2036)
... Bio Products, Inc. have partnered up to give you the best of both worlds: the greatest selection of tiki torches on the planet and a green bio fuel! Look at these specs: • 100% recycled material (vegetable oil) • 100% renewable • Burns clean, environmentally friendly – no pollution...

Phoenix Palm Trees For Landscapes And Offices - Hits (1975)
... parts of southern states such as zone 7. Phoenix sylvestris can also be used as landscape specimen for landscapers who look for slender trunks. The Medjool date palm, Phoenix dactylifera, can be planted as a fruit tree to produce delicious dates, or it can be planted as a tropical...

Landscaping An Inground Spa: Creating A Backyard Fantasy - Hits (1957)
... item which has grown tremendously in popularity in recent years is the inground backyard spa. There's nothing like a relaxing after-dinner visit to the spa; and one way to make the backyard spa seem like even more of a private retreat is to employ some landscaping inground spa techniques....

The History Of Important Flowering Trees - Hits (1942)
... as the weather warms up, burst into dramatic flower colors of purple, pink, white, red, and yellow; the yellow flowering magnolia is the rarest. If freezing weather occurs, as it often does during the late winter or early spring, the flowers will wither from the tree, but most often will...

Hedging For Shade, Discover Why Laurel Is A Great Choice - Hits (1938)
... and Europe, It is often planted as a large ground cover or under-planting beneath forest trees. I once did some work for Newtown house in Abbeyknockmoy (an old estate house with a forest attached) and witnessed first hand how large and rampant it can grow. In some cases, its mature stems were...

Outdoor Deck Design Using Wall Fountains - Hits (1920)
... decks have plenty of the one thing that it takes to install one: a flat surface on which to hang them. However, many wall fountains today are designed with solid bases and some people simply place them on the ground in a garden, patio or yard setting and they look great. Outdoor Deck...

12 Worst Trees to Plant in Your Lawn - Hits (1854)
... big roots that poke out of the lawn.3.Pine trees: root problems and pollen too.4.Sycamore trees: usually grow way too large for most yards and they produce fuzz that makes people itch.5.Cedar trees: a female cedar is a nice, pollen-free tree, but grows way too large for most houses and...

How To Make Your Own Wooden Bird Feeder - Hits (1849)
... is to have all the stools on each side of the castle manufactured so as to stick out for the birds to eat their food out of. Or maybe you consider yourself to be talented enough to make a tube that spirals around, having a trough for the birds to snack away at. However, if you are not so...

Cold Hardy Palm Trees For Northern Garden Planting - Hits (1805)
... palm tree, Sabal minor; the Saw palmetto, Serenoa repens; and the Sabal Palm, sabal palmetto; and the Needle Palm, Rhapidophyllun hystrix; Much of the information that is published in book from, magazine articles and Internet websites is extremely conservative, perhaps because the testing for...

Enhance Your Flower Garden With Garden Edging - Hits (1794)
... the edging around the garden. The edging around your garden is almost as important as the flowers. Just like a frame on a picture, proper edging will enhance the appearance of the garden. Edging will set your garden apart from the rest of the lawn. Proper edging will bring out the beauty of...

The Flame Azalea Shrubs Are Easy Plants To Grow In Shade - Hits (1793)
... cold weather. Most deciduous azaleas grown in an ornamental garden are native plants of the American forests, and the group consists of approximately 16 species that vary in color from: white, pink, yellow, red and bi color. Deciduous azaleas are native plants (16 species) to America and...

Cold Hardy Palm Trees For Landscape Design And Planting In The United States - Hits (1781)
... These windmill palm trees, Trachycarpus fortunei, provide many resorts and homeowners with a tropical look for their pools or patios. Needle palms, although very rare and available only in short supply, tolerate below zero temperatures of the north. Dwarf palmetto palm trees, Sabal minor, and...

Lawn Care Tips For Vancouver, B.C. - Hits (1770)
... it may seem like the rain will never end, that rain is doing some of your lawn care for you. We’ve got a genuine change of seasons here in the Lower Mainland, which is unusual for the rest of Canada. For anyone invested in exceptional lawn care in Vancouver, this presents specific...

How To Use Hedges In Landscaping - Hits (1746)
... same time they enhance the proportions and general appearance of your house and lawns. And within the boundaries of your property, hedges define paths and walks, demarcate various areas, and help to screen service areas and vegetable gardens. The plant materials generally used for hedges are...
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