Month: December 2017

11 Dec

The best way to Care for a New Exterior Hydrangea

Hydrangeas flower in middle creating spikes of flowers that are tiny amongst their their shrubby development. The crops thrive in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 9 and 10, where they they might need no specific winter treatment and only minimum summer servicing. Tending to your hydrangea shrub that is freshly planted encourages a displaying […]
8 Dec

The best way to Remove Root Suckers

Sassafras (Sassafras albidum) is a flowering tree capable of achieving 30 to 60-feet tall in full sun to part shade. Used to parks, the sassafras adds as one specimen plant to house landscapes. Trees send shoots in the ground up, called root suckers, that produce the look of a thicket in the place of an […]
4 Dec

The best way to Germinate Trachycarpus Fortunei Seeds

Trachycarpus fortunei, also called Chusan palm or palm, can include a tropical accent to house or your garden. The tree, which may grow up to 40-feet tall, creates green, fan-shaped leaves, and is organized with one stem that will grow up to 10″ in diameter. The windmill palm is a cold-hardy palm that will successfully […]
1 Dec

The best way to Grow Mache Lettuce

Mache, also called lamb’s lettuce and initially considered a weed, started being cultivated France. for its nutty taste in the 1600s in Cold- it could withstand frost to be the salad green in the backyard. Mache crops that are mature form a medium- to dark green rosette of leaves that are edible. Home gardeners might […]