When homeowners work on their landscape, they will likely grow plants all over the yard. Placing them in the ground and taking care of the plants will lead to an attractive and desirable landscape. But, while you may be a homeowner, you may not have the intention to stay in the home for more than a few years. So, you may want to invest time and money into upgrading the landscape while you are there, but you should also consider some things that you can do to still benefit from the work that is done after you move.
- When you think of a lawn, in most cases you're probably thinking of grass. However, thyme has shown to be a reliable alternative to a grass lawn. Installing a thyme lawn can involve a lot of work. However, once the lawn is established, you will have a nearly maintenance-free lawn that's great for the environment. What Varieties Of Thyme Work Best Creeping thyme is the variety of choice for a lawn alternative.
- If you have decided to move to a new residence and do not want to leave behind the young lemon tree that is growing on your property, the following project will teach you how to safely remove the tree from the ground and prepare it prior to being transported so that it will arrive at your new address without signs of damage. You Will Need garden gloves adjustable harness hard hat ladder pruning shears large spade thick, waterproof tarp watering can hose burlap material sharp scissors thin twine bungee cords Prune The Lemon Tree's Branches
- You want a green, healthy lawn. Not only does it look better, healthy lawns are also easier to maintain. Yet, many homeowners unwittingly do things that compromise the health of their lawn. Make sure you don't fall into the same trap by reading through these things that can compromise the health of your lawn. #1: Mowing too short Cutting the grass too low causes it to burn because there is not enough leaf surface area to shade the soil or to properly photosynthesize nutrients.
- Mulch can be a miracle worker in the garden. It covers bare soil, which improves the appearance of the garden bed. It also helps smother out weed growth while preventing moisture loss from evaporation. So how could one go wrong when mulching? Unfortunately, there are some mulching mistakes that can cause major damage to your plants. Knowing what they are is the key to avoiding them. #1: Using the wrong type of mulch