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Heuchera maxima
as a preferred planting beneath native oaks; oak leaves even make a great mulch. Mass it for a lush, soft ground cover or a bedding edge for a cottage garden
“Heuchera maxima” — Landscape Group Inc
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A Japanese Garden
snails and other pests and take valuable nutrients that your vegies need. Mulching around young plants will not only help keep weeds and pests away but also
“Vegies” — copella
Missouri Botanical Garden
California poppy
roughly so seeds have a place to lodge. Cover the soil with a thin layer of mulch and sprinkle it throughly, and keep moist until winter rains do the job for
“California Poppy” — sullivc1
Frank Organ
Bearded Iris Chelsea Flower Show 2010
divide them and then replant with their knuckles visible. Overenthusiastic mulching has buried them too deep, so they didn't bloom well this year.
“Aww! Fall color, so pretty” — Beverly Wright-Juste
LNA - Master Landscapers Association
1 Review
The Graham Ross Residential Landscape Construction - Natures Vision Landscapes
whispering sound when the wind blows thorough them. They create a thick mulched layer below and their seedpods make a nice display when collected in a bowl
“blade retainer - corten steel” — unforgettablegardens
Woolly Blue Landscaping
upper walden
apart. Plant them about 30cm deep and then water them in. A 2-5cm layer of mulch, such as lucerne hay, sugarcane or composted bark will help the soil retain
“Boxes” — misphit
Land Architects, Inc.
1 Review
Strong Statement Hedge Row Boxwood and Pachysandra
d) can save you a lot of money.Water the area and gently add a layer of mulch.Make sure the soil is moist and well drained.After a few years, you'll have
“nice shrub border” — rwh5706
Danyelle Mathews
Raised bed garden
planting hole itself, and leave surrounding soil undisturbed. A heavy layer of mulch around the new plant and adjacent soil will provide what's needed for a healthy
“Raised beds.” — mspristx
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