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degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zone 4; find your zone) Water requirement: Medium to dry soil Light requirement: Full sun Mature size: 12 to 20 inches tall with a spread of 4 to 8 feet Benefits and tolerances: Tolerates drought, rocky soil and air pollution; good for erosion control Seasonal interest: Year-round When
degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zone 4; find your zone)Water requirement: Medium to dry soilLight requirement: Full sunMature size: 12 to 20 inches tall with a spread of 4 to 8 feetBenefits and tolerances: Tolerates drought, rocky soil and air pollution; good for erosion controlSeasonal interest: Year-roundWhen
plants. Who doesn't remember the huge, gangly junipers from childhood? I'm not suggesting you plant a stand of those monsters in your garden, but how about planting some of the newer cultivars of horizontalis, conferta or even procumbens nana?I'll bet that you develop a new appreciation for this diverse
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Love the floor, any informations about it would be great!
touch 1 to 2 inches deep before watering again. Soil: Use a fast-draining soil, such as cactus potting soil. A sandy-mix soil generally minimizes the probability of root rot. Feeding: Fertilize every month in the growing season, or as infrequently as two to three times per year. Overfertilizing can cause
receives full sun. Keep the soil fairly dry. Water from spring through fall, allowing the soil to dry on the surface before rewatering. During the winter water only very occasionally (possibly only one time the entire winter) to keep the foliage from wilting. Be sure to let the soil become dry to the touch
cause brown tips on the leaves. Repotting: Because ponytail palm requires dry soil, it is best to let it become root bound before repotting. When repotting is absolutely necessary, use a pot that is only an inch or two wider than the previous pot. Repotting into a large pot results in the plant suddenly
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Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
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I am wondering about the one on the right with fruit in particular.
and fill with soil. For container-grown plants, dig a planting hole as deep as the root ball and twice as wide, then create a small shelf about an inch or two deep on the bottom of the hole. Scruff up the sides, then place the plant in the hole and spread the roots out. Fill in with soil and create a
How to plant: For bare-root plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and twice as wide. Create a cone in the middle of the hole that is tall enough that the crown of the tree will sit just above the soil line. Scruff up the sides of the hole to encourage roots to spread
take some shade. Well-drained soil is always preferred, but persimmons, especially the Japanese, are very tolerant of different soils. American persimmons have a long taproot, so the soil should be loose.How to plant: For bare-root plants, dig a planting hole that is about the same depth as the roots and
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wide range of growing requirements. Sedges, depending upon their variety, come in many sizes and textures, and grow in a number of different kinds of soils and in virtually every USDA hardiness zone. You can leave sedge unmowed for a taller, more meadow-like look, or mow it a few times a year to maintain
wide range of growing requirements. Sedges, depending upon their variety, come in many sizes and textures, and grow in a number of different kinds of soils and in virtually every USDA hardiness zone. You can leave sedge unmowed for a taller, more meadow-like look, or mow it a few times a year to maintain
“Sedge (Carex spp) Sedges feature grasslike leaves and grow in clumps, and are noted for their wide” — 22candan
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Use organic mulches. A 3-inch layer of mulch will help reduce water evaporation, stabilize soil temperatures, slow soil erosion and compaction, and reduce weeds. Mulch also adds color and texture to the landscape — include it in your planning process.
6. Use organic mulches. A 3-inch layer of mulch will help reduce water evaporation, stabilize soil temperatures, slow soil erosion and compaction, and reduce weeds. Mulch also adds color and texture to the landscape — include it in your planning process.
good use of mulch for color and texture, plus helps reduce water evaporation and stabilize soil temps
reduce water evaporation, stabilize soil temperatures, slow soil erosion and compaction, and reduce weeds. Mulch also adds color and texture to the landscape — include it in your planning process.
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Hi...I found it at pier 1 about 10 years ago. Best bet now is goodwill or a garage sale.
leaves may be a sign of too much sun. Water: Keep the soil slightly moist. Provide good drainage, as soggy soil can cause root rot. Let the soil mostly dry out before watering; underwatering is preferable to overwatering. Soil: Loamy well-draining soil is imperative to prevent root rot. Feeding: Requires
leaves may be a sign of too much sun.Water: Keep the soil slightly moist. Provide good drainage, as soggy soil can cause root rot. Let the soil mostly dry out before watering; underwatering is preferable to overwatering.Soil: Loamy well-draining soil is imperative to prevent root rot.Feeding: Requires
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with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun to partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the last of the pollinating insects every autumn. Reaching no more than 2 feet tall and about 3 to 4 feet wide after a few years, this aster is a front-of-the-border showstopper that's truly
with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun to partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the last of the pollinating insects every autumn. Reaching no more than 2 feet tall and about 3 to 4 feet wide after a few years, this aster is a front-of-the-border showstopper that's truly
freezes with gusto while still blooming into early November. A lover of sun to partial sun and dry soil, it will bring in the last of the pollinating insects every autumn. Reaching no more than 2 feet tall and about 3 to 4 feet wide after a few years, this aster is a front-of-the-border showstopper that's truly
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just plain wrong, research is key. Instead of spending years watching a plant die, buying replacements and amending soil, why not just spend 15 minutes online figuring out the best sun, soil and water conditions for plants?
Garden by region, not zone. Think “right plant, right place. figure out the best sun, soil and water conditions for plants
color of wall -- note staining from salts in soil in planter above
just plain wrong, research is key. Instead of spending years watching a plant die, buying replacements and amending soil, why not just spend 15 minutes online figuring out the best sun, soil and water conditions for plants?
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