Lawn aeration is a technique that most people will use at some time or another to keep their lawn looking fresh and healthy year after year. However, at the same time, there are also a lot of people are who are still left wondering what lawn aeration is and what it actually does. This is…Read More What is Lawn Aeration and What Does it Do?
Weeping Norway Spruce (family: Pinaceae) is a rare, exquisite looking conifer that creates a great focal point for any garden. They are very slow growing and easy to care for. This variety of spruce grows outward instead of upward. Left untrained, it will grow 1-3 ft tall and 10-15 ft wide at maturity. However, if…Read More Weeping Norway Spruce
Wisteria is a woody, deciduous climber that is very invasive. It is known for its vigorous growth as well as its fragrant eye-catching flowers. Depending on the variety, the flowers come in a large range of colors, including red, lavender, white and blue. Although some gardeners avoid Wisteria due to its invasive nature, if you…Read More Guide for Planting Wisteria
Buddleia, also known as, ‘butterfly bush’, is one of the most beautiful and easiest flowers to care for. The blooms may be purple, white, pink, or red and appear in late summer. The leaves are gray-green and range from 4-10” long and are 1-3” wide. Even though butterfly bushes are an easy plant to grow,…Read More Planting and Care for Buddleia (Butterfly Bush)
Holly is a beautiful plant which can be grown almost anywhere except Australia and Antarctica. Most holly varieties are evergreen and have red berries which attract birds, squirrels and deer in the wintertime. Select your holly carefully. Hollies range in size from 6 inches to 70 feet tall. While many aren’t hardy to USDA zones…Read More How to Grow Holly