Take a look at your garden and ask yourself “Do I have a good amount of evergreen plants in my garden?” If you answer no, you may find yourself questioning “Why do I even need to worry about the amount of evergreens in my garden?” Many people don’t give a lot of thought to whether they are planting evergreen or deciduous plants in their gardens, but find they seems to be lacking some essential element without really knowing what it is. I’m going to tell you “Why Every Garden Needs Evergreen Plants.”
Succulent propagation is the process of producing more succulents, but there is more than one method to propagate them (soil, air, water, & division). Today I’ll be giving you all the information you need to propagate them by soil. If you are interested in of the other methods of succulent propagation, be sure to check out my other blog posts detailing the water and air method. Now let’s begin!
Having a gorgeous yard full of flowering Spring bulbs isn’t an impossible dream. Providing the correct planting and after care for them almost guarantees that you will enjoy them for years to come!
If you are one of those individuals who are wondering what in the world you are going to get your Mom for Mother’s Day, you aren’t alone. If your Mom happens to be a gardener, I can help. I’ve compiled a diverse selection of gifts. No matter what your budget, there is something your gardening Mom is sure to love. Sit back, scroll through and let me do all of the work for you this Mother’s Day.
What is black spot disease? Black spot is a disease in roses caused by the fungus Diplocarpon Rosae. It presents as black or brown
If you know much about me, or read my blog, then you might know that purple is my favorite color. At one point in my early 20’s I painted my entire bedroom in a light lilac shade, and it made me so happy. Now, I get my daily dose of purple in the form of flowers in my garden. Today I am sharing my “Top 5 Purple Bulbs To Plant In Your Garden.”
What in the world is a succulent soil mix recipe? Why would you want to mix your own soil? By making your own soil mix for plants, you can customize it to your climate and plant needs. Today I am discussing succulent soil mix.
There are many misconceptions when it comes to holiday cacti. Many people don’t realize there are actually three distinct holiday cacti species: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Since Easter is around the corner, I will be discussing care of Easter cacti (Hatiora Gaertneri). They can often be viewed as hard to care for, and require the right conditions to bloom. My hope is by the time you finish reading this post, you will have the knowledge and confidence to buy and care for your very own Easter cactus.
If you are reading this post, odds are you have to deal with clay soil in your garden. I’m a zone 8a in Georgia, and most of the soil in our region is extremely rich in clay deposits. In fact, a major industry in our area was brick making with the rich, red Georgia clay. While that can be a positive for your plants in the way of increased moisture retention, soil density, and nutrients, it can also be a pain when it comes to actually working in it. If you have ever tried to dig a hole by hand in clay soil you already know what I’m talking about which is why I thought I would share with you my “Top Five Gardening Tools For Working In Clay Soils.”
If you are anything like me, you love topiary. It’s an intertwining of man and nature and an attempt of one taming the other. Although topiary has been traced back as far as the time of the Romans, this skillful art saw a rebirth in 15th Century Europe and has made it’s permanent mark in many of the most beautiful and significant formal gardens on the planet.