Native plants grow naturally in certain areas. Unique landscapes can be created with natural plants because of the many different colors, textures and forms. A benefit of using native plants is the way they adjust to different areas according to frost, climate, soil and amount of rainfall. They generally aren’t affected by most pests and diseases. After they begin to grow, native plants are easy to take care of because they need less water and fertilizer than other types of plants. These plants will flourish with only a little attention. (more…)
Archive for September, 2011
If you’ve been watching a lot of football on your satellite-hq.com channels this year and you’ve grown to admire the University of Georgia’s famed hedges you may be feeling the pull to get back in your garden. Some plants work great this time of year and we’ve made a list:
Plentifall Pansies: They’re hearty enough to stand up to colder temperatures and they bring a much-needed punch of color to an otherwise barren fall landscape. They work well on porches and window boxes so plant away!
Spanish Bluebell: It (more…)