Most lawn owners are struggling with forces beyond their knowledge. Many lawn experts talk over the heads of “Mr. and Mrs. Homeowner” who have not been trained in the ways of soils, plants, fertilizers, machinery and chemicals.It does not seem feasible to develop a time-table for lawn management, because, Nature and water companies being what they are, one never can be quite sure of being able to stick to a pre-arranged program.
Duranta Erecta door-AN-tuh, ee-RECK-tuh is an evergreen flowering shrub in the family Verbenaceae along with:Lantana plantsBleeding heart ClerodendrumThe plant is native to Mexico, South America, the Caribbean, parts of Central America, and southern parts of the United States.However, it is widely cultivated in tropical and subtropical gardens, all over the world, for ornamental purposes and has also been naturalized in many areas.
Few cultivated plants require so little care to insure successful bloom as the hardy perennial phlox.The ease with which it may be grown, its sturdiness and hardiness, the length of its blooming period, and the great variety and beauty of garden phlox flowers are factors which commend it for our gardens.
Summary: This post is series of lawn care questions and answers we’ve put together from various emails sent in.Question: What is a good lawn?Answer: A good lawn is one that provides a good uniform appearance throughout the entire year. A good and beautiful lawn must be resistant to wear if it is going to be used in high traffic areas.
We’ve shared post on garden lights and solar powered sun jars.Over at lights.com that have solar brick pavers which can be inserted into a walkway or driveway. During the day the lights are built-in solar unit recharges the batteries.At night, the efficient LED lights turn themselves on and run 8+ hours on a charge.
The Choisya ternata CHOY-see-uh ter-NAY-tuh known as the Mexican orange blossom is an evergreen shrub with attractive foliage and aromatic flowers.Choisya is a member of the family Rutaceae with the Murraya paniculata (mock orange jasmine), commonly known as the citrus family.Many of the shrubs in this family produce edible fruit.