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​Milkweed Plants and the Monarch butterflies.
MilkweedCreating the perfect flower bed is not only a hobby but an art. Asclepias or milkweed is a perennial flower that can be a fantastic houseplant to produce the masterpiece of a flower bed. Its natural resilience and beautiful flowers make it ideal for nearly any environment. The flowers are some of the most complexes [...]
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​Short Leaf Pine Trees is the most distributed yellow tree
Short Leaf Pine Trees - Stately Design in the LandscapeShort-leaf Pine - Pinus EchinataCommon names: Short-leaf Yellow Pine, Southern Yellow Pine, Yellow Pine, Short-straw Pine, Arkansas Pine, Old Field PineShort-leaf Pines is a species of southern evergreen pine trees grown in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 6 - 9 and 7 - 10 a. They [...]
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Maple Trees different varieties that you love
The Advantages Of Planting Maple TreesMaple Tree - Acer (Aceraceae)The very hardy maple tree is a delightful plant for home gardens, significantly when green leaves change to breathtaking shades of reds, yellows, and orange in the autumn. It's best to plant them in hardiness zones 3 through 9. Moreover, fast growth is a given with [...]
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BloodRoot Plant- Expanding information and facts about
Physical Attributes of the Blood Root PlantThe Blood Root plants are perennial. It is native to regions of North Eastern America. Originally it was a wildflower growing in woods and forests. The Blood Root plant received its name due to the dark red blood-looking color of the sap juice in its stem. The plant starts [...]
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​Native Ferns is also know as the early colonizers.
Native ferns can make easy bordersAs springtime rolls around again, you may be starting to get excited about planning this year’s garden. Perhaps you are thinking of trying something a little bit different than the previous years, but you’re not sure which route you want to take. Sometimes the best ideas are the ones that are [...]
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Forsythia Shrubs - How to plant and prune
Goldilocks ForsythiaThe Goldilocks forsythia, also known as Gold Curl or Courtacour forsythia, is the genetic mutation of the Spring Glory Forsythia created at the Institut National De La Recherché Agronomique in Angers, France. The plant was mutated using gamma-ray radiation, which ultimately stunted its size by slowing down the growth habit within the plant. The [...]
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Growing Grass Successfully - Guide for Beginners
How to Grow Grasses SuccessfullyCattails and bulrush are vigorous native perennial grasses suitable for marshy ground. They form colonies well-adapted to poorly drained soil. Sturdy underwater roots, called rhizomes, can withstand winter freezing. These large aquatic plants offer erosion control, wildlife cover, nesting materials, and feed. They can even be grown in large pots submerged [...]
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Planting A Garden 101 - A Beginners' guide
How to Plant a GardenWith winter nearing an end, it's now time again to start thinking and planning for a garden. Beginners may become overwhelmed and not know where exactly to start. Instead of letting this optimum growing season slide by, read this simple yet effective guide to gardening.1. Prepare SoilBefore doing anything else, one must [...]
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Sassafras Trees - a very interesting native tree
The sassafras tree is native to North America and East Asia. This deciduous tree often grows naturally in the woods as well as open fields. A mature sassafras tree can reach between 20 to 60 feet in height or more and 25 to 40 feet in width. Regarding soil requirements, the sassafras tree can grow [...]
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Nine Bark Hydrangea - Growing and Planting tips
All About Nine Bark HydrangeaThe Nine Bark HydrangeaThe Nine Bark Hydrangea is a beautiful shrub that is native to North America. It grows mainly in the eastern part of the United States; This lovely shrub is also known as the seven-layered hydrangea. It is the most common name among many. It is ideal for gardens [...]
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​The Benefits of Using Moss in your DIY landscape project
The Benefits of Using Moss In LandscapingMosses are small, flowerless plants that belong to the Musci class and Bryophyta division of plants. They can grow in shaded and damp areas, most commonly on rocks, tree bark, and water, between decorative rocks or brick, and on rooftops. In some cases, they can be found in deserts [...]
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10 Best Flowering Plants available at TN nursery. Buy now
FlowersTaking care of your home is very important; so is adding style. You can add style to your curb appeal to plant Crepe Myrtle Varieties plants on the outside or inside your home. These plants add so much beauty to a home, and a great thing about them is that you mix and match the [...]
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Science In Gardening tips and tricks for beginners
You Thought You Left Science Behind in SchoolFor the typical homeowner, working in the garden is either a tedious but necessary task to be done before getting back to something more important or it is a pleasurable respite from the tedious but necessary tasks of daily life. What most people fail to realize is that [...]
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Honeysuckle- Facts, Uses and Precautions.
Halls Honeysuckle Lonicera JaponicaHalls Honeysuckle Lonicera Japonica has the most intoxicating, sensual scent. This plant will kidnap your mind from external obstacles with its wild beauty. Treat your taste buds to a tiny bit of good, sweet luxury. Enhance your garden and property with a plant that inevitably attracts welcoming hummingbirds, dancing butterflies, and a [...]
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​How to Grow a flower Garden in 10 very easy steps
How to Grow a Great Flower GardenGrowing a fantastic garden can prove to be an intricate and time-consuming task, but the results are worth the work. To begin fabricating your garden, you must decide what types of flowers you wish to plant. Often seeds for these flowers can be purchased in any home improvement store [...]
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20 Flowering Vines that will make your garden beautiful
Hardiest Flowering VinesVines provide many great landscaping functions. They are not only an excellent way to fill vertical spaces, but flowering vines can also offer exciting and exotic colors to a lawn. Many notable, hardy vines can meet your needs even in colder and drier climates.Vinca MinorThey are sometimes referred to as the lesser periwinkle, [...]
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​Brake Fern - Indoor and outdoor plant care
Brake Fern - A.K.A Pteris Cretica The Brake Fern, Pteris Cretica, also known as the Table Fern, is only one of about 300 ferns in the Pteridoidae subfamily. The Brake Fern is a slow-growing fern originating in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Southern Mediterranean. Depending on which variety of the Brake Fern you have, it [...]
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​Natchez Crepe Myrtle - How to grow and cultivate
Natchez White Crepe MyrtleScientific Name: Lagerstroemia induce x fauriei "Natchez"Hardy Zones: 7-10Growth/Year: 3 to 5 feet per yearHeight: 20' to 30' highSpread: 15 to 25 feetSoil Requirements: Drought tolerant and adaptable, but prefers a rich, moist soil Blooming Season: June through SeptemberSun: Full SunAppearance: White delicate flowersThe beauty of the Natchez White Crepe Myrtle The Natchez [...]
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10 Privacy Plants best for your Yard. Visit our website now!
Grow Around Pools For PrivacyWhite Pine trees are excellent living fence trees to add around pools or anyplace one desires privacy. The White Pine evergreen tree, with really long needles, is the embodiment of the ideal Christmas tree. These lavish trees are stated trees of Michigan and Maine, and they are homes for squirrels and [...]
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10 Growing Huge Garden Plants easy to plant
How To Grow Huge Garden PlantsIf you are looking to grow huge garden plants, you need to follow some special tips and tricks.For starters, it all begins with the soil. The soil needs to be full of nutrients, but it also needs to have oxygen exposure. Tight, packed earth is not going to work well [...]
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​Fruit Trees that are easy to grow in your garden
Fruit trees, becoming a homeowner's favorite Fruit Trees offer both shade and edibles when appropriately grown in your landscape. Lush foliage and numerous blossoms decorate most trees in the spring, with fruits developing throughout several months, depending on the species.Line a property perimeter with several different trees or create an orchard in a garden corner. If [...]
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7 Steps to prevent and Stop Soil Erosion
Stop Soil Erosion with VinesSome use retaining walls to stop soil erosion, but one of the best ways to solve the problem is to prevent soil erosion with vines. Stabilize steep banks with these plants. They hold soil tight and anchor it together. Ivy grows densely around some soil types rooting along with the soil, [...]
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​Tulip Poplar Trees -How to grow and care
Tulip Poplar Trees are Fast-Growing Shade TreesThe most beautiful tree you can plant on your property as a home gardener is the tulip poplar. The Tulip tree is a fast-growing tree that can thrive in various hardy zones, specifically 5 through 9. Its official name is Liriodendron tulipifera, but it is also referred to as [...]
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Sugar Maple Trees - Facts, Description and uses
What You Need To Know About Sugar Maple TreesSugar Maple trees are considered fast-growing trees. On top of that, it can be a great shade tree if it can mature sufficiently. Sugar Maple trees typically grow to a height of twenty-five to thirty-five meters. Some of the fast-growing ones can reach heights up to forty-five [...]
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The Tupelo Tree - Important facts and special attributes
TupeloTupelo, Nyssa species, is a small genus of deciduous trees and sometimes included in the subfamily of the dogwood family. There are many different species, and they are native to various parts of the world. These include areas of North America as well as locations throughout Asia. There are seven to ten species: the water [...]
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​Tupelo Trees - Planting Guide and attributes
The Beauty of the Tupelo TreeThe Tupelo Tree has gained the reputation of being an interestingly shaped, beautifully colored tree. There are ten species of these trees, five native to North America and the others native to south and east Asia. People choose this tree to add beautiful foliage to their landscape.The Tupelo Tree is [...]
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