Chartreuse Can Boost The Allure Of Your Garden

May 21, 2019

The color chartreuse is a shade between green and yellow but is usually considered a sub-category of green. The color is named after the French liqueur “chartreuse” which has a...
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12 Plants That Grow Well In Wet Soil

May 07, 2019

If you happen to have an area in your garden with soggy conditions and you can’t seem to alter the situation, then look for plants that will work under these circumstances. You can turn your...
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6 Tips For Planting A New Flower Bed

April 27, 2019

Whether you are creating a new area in your garden or replanting an old one, here are six tips, we have put together to help you get started. These simple tips hopefully make it easy for you to...
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Clematis Vines - The Future of Climbing Plants

April 09, 2019

We all have heard about the wellness and environmental benefits plants have in our life. Plants increase the oxygen levels in the air we breathe and they also remove toxic elements, including...
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Try A Garden Design With Some Height & Pizzazz

March 24, 2019

A great way to freshen up your garden is by trying a new garden design. This year why not take a stab at adding some height and pizzazz to your garden.  If you are familiar with the container...
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Add Some Coral Florals

January 12, 2019

According to Pantone “Living Coral” the color of the year for 2019, “embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting...
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4 Essentials of Japanese Garden Design

June 16, 2018

The Internet has changed how the world does almost everything and as a result, the world seems a whole lot smaller. We can now easily learn about other cultures and as a result interest in Japanese...
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Learn About Rainscaping

May 06, 2018

One of the fastest growing trends in landscape design today is something known as Rainscaping. Simply stated Rainscaping is a technique that combines garden aesthetics with stormwater management....
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