Living in a big city certainly has its advantages, but it does come with some downsides as well. Limited space for a garden is one of them.
Maintaining a garden during the winters can be quite a challenge. But, there are many plants that adapt to the cold conditions of winter. In fact, there are some that thrive in this season.
A little goes a long way when it comes to sprucing up your home and its aesthetic and curb appeal. It might seem like an impossible mission to create a garden in an urban area where your existing living space is already cramped – now imagine adding more to the mess at hand.
No house is complete without a front lawn and some interesting details both you, as an owner, and the incoming visitors can enjoy. The thing is, designing your garden is a delicate task that requires you to bring forth your inner creativity and come up with solutions for your garden that can reflect the sort of backyard arrangement you want to see in your garden.
Plants are a wonderful addition to any yard, and there are certain vibrantly colorful plants that are guaranteed to make your yard look outstanding. Choosing the right shrubs and trees to enhance your outdoor style ensures that you’ll enjoy your yard’s splendid magnificence for years to come.
Those corn stalks are high – is it time to pick the corn? Depends on the corn type. Most corn harvests are for corn byproducts such as animal feed and biofuel.
Fall is coming … and with it is the apple harvest. So what can the apple become once it’s picked and processed.
The harvest. It is starting up all over the country for food items we take for granted. The grape – corn – wheat and more. Let’s review (in photos) what comes out our gardens and food production farms.
It’s hot outside! And no forecast for rain soon. So to keep you garden growing – and more importantly your trees and shrubs – out comes the yard irrigation system.