Friday, March 3, 2017
Thursday, November 10, 2016
Thursday, October 6, 2016
|Training vines, keeps the where you want them.|
|Ivy vines are great climbers.|
Clematis comes in a wide array of colors and flower forms.
Black-eyed Susan can brighten a dark corner.
Bougainvillea adds a old-fashion look with its dainty flowers.
Leaf vines are mostly grown for their beautiful autumn colors.
Friday, September 9, 2016
- Set all plants a good distance away, so you will have a easy access behind them, a good thing if you ever need to paint, wash windows, or do a little pruning,
- Choose plants that do not require heavy pruning or will grow out of portions to the scale of the surrounding plants,
- When putting in shrubs or decorative trees, choose height sizes that will not block light that may come in through the windows,
- Pay attention to the plants root system, if massive do not plant near sewer system, or to close to house as to eventually cause a foundation problem,
- When planting a group of plants do not plant them in a totally straight line if you want to achieve a natural look,
- And last but not least, choose plants that you enjoy.
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