Month: May 2022

28 May

How to Prune an Overgrown Rhododendron Without Hurting It

You’ve got a rhododendron blooming with beautiful flowers, but it’s overshadowing everything else from your yard. Perhaps all you see is rhododendron when you look out your front window. Don’t feel bashful about taking your own loppers for it; it will likely end up more beautiful and healthier than ever before. But first, decide what […]
26 May

Tropical Plant Planters

Decorative planters create color and texture when combined with tropical plants. The choice of containers is dependent upon the type of plant and plant place. The right planter encourages healthy growth and production of flowers. The design and shape of this planter complements the tropical plant, creating its own individual look. Do not plant your […]
24 May

Slime Algae on Backyard Ponds

Slime algae not just lower the aesthetic worth of the backyard pond but may also pose a threat to you and your pets. Some species of slime algae are not anything more than a nuisance, while others can cause severe health complications. Before you can control the slime algae in your backyard pond, then you […]
22 May

The Old-Time Way of Mowing Grass

After trying unsuccessfully — for the tenth time — to start your gasoline-powered lawnmower, you can prepare yourself to get waxing nostalgic about old-time lawn mowing procedures. Although requiring more effort from the operator than petrol mowers, push-reel mowers are dependable and user friendly. Motorized lawnmowers became available in the 1920s, however push-reel mowers are […]
20 May

Recycled Rubber Paver Blocks

Roll fewer tires into landfills by recycling them to earn rubber pavers, helping beautify outdoor spaces and make patios, walkways or other places that would traditionally require hardscaping material such as brick or concrete. Recycled rubber pavers provide a viable choice to gardeners looking for paving stuff of lighter weight than conventional brick and concrete […]
16 May

Is Lime Good for Bell Pepper Plants?

Two main types of soil alterations exist — those who are rich in nutrients like nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus, and the ones that correct soil pH therefore plants can absorb those nutrients. Garden lime falls into the latter class. In cases of very acidic soil, limestone may help to make vegetables like bell peppers thrive. […]
10 May

How to Cover a Sewer Pipe from the Back Yard

Many people need a backyard that looks fine, with lush, green plants and vibrantly coloured flowers. It provides a peaceful place to sit and unwind or entertain friends and family. What they do not wish to view, or have guests view, is a sewer pipe and its access point. If that is what you find […]
6 May

The way to Prune a Yaupon Holly Tree

The bright red berries of yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria) include a festive note to your winter garden, though the comparatively smooth edges of the evergreen’s oval leaves do not resemble the lobed, spiky leaf of traditional Christmas holly. The yaupon holly is acceptable for U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 11 and […]
4 May

How to Cure a Sick Weeping Willow

The long, drooping branches of the weeping willow (Salix spp.) Trail romantically, such as slim fingers tracing a beloved’s cheek. But much of romance is awful and fortune does not always grin on the weeping willow. This mighty tree using its invasive roots only does not belong in most residential backyards, according to horticulturists at […]
2 May

Peach Tree Bark Fungus

Peach trees are relatively simple to develop, but respiratory ailments can attack various areas of the tree including the bark. Blisters, lesions, discoloration and gummy sap are a few of the signs your tree may be contaminated and requires attention. With proper care, a healthy peach tree can live around 50 decades, but untreated fungal […]