Fall Blooming Wildflower
The New England Aster is the prettiest of the asters and one of the showiest of the fall blooming wildflowers. It grows in thickets, meadows, moist areas and prairies.A Backyard Fire Pit – Do It Yourself Today
If you’ve been looking at buying a fire pit, then you’re probably already aware that you can buy ready-made models that only require some simple assembly. But wouldn’t it be nice to create your own fire pit? One that’s uniquely yours? A DIY fire pit can cost next to nothing to construct, apart from some time and hard work, and is even cheaper if you already have some materials such as bricks or rocks on hand.How to Prepare Your Lawn for Fall
Hemingway once said, “America is the land of wide lawns and narrow minds.” Now, I don’t know about narrow minds, but we definitely love our lawns. Fall is one of the most important times of the year to perform lawn care maintenance.Hot Rose Gardening Ideas – Tips and Tricks To Growing A Better Rose Garden
A lot of people love roses, and that’s hardly surprising. When your rose bushes are thriving and covered in blooms, they look absolutely stunning. But if you’re just starting out with a rose garden, it’s not always easy to know how to arrange your garden to make it as attractive as possible.Fall Blooming Wildflowers – Stick Tight Or Bur Marigold
A member of the rather large sunflower family, the Stick Tight Bur Marigold primarily occupies low, wet ground, its seed providing food for waterfowl. The bright yellow flowers brighten creek banks, swamp land and river floodplains. It is found over a fairly large geographic area with a variety of different climatic conditions.Migration Time and Hummers Are On The Move
If you take your feeders down to early, you miss out on these winged marvels and they won’t stop on the trip next spring. Banded records show hummers take the exact same route year after year. Stop at the exact same feeders and often on the same day.Starvation is the main cause of death during migration, so keep on keeping on.Garden Stepping Stones – What Are They?
Our life is running like an aircraft where you don’t have much time to spend on others. In this busy world where every single minute has its own significance, thinking about a garden would be termed as imagination or day dreaming. A garden in your house always keeps you fresh and gives you peace and serenity. And what’s even better that having a garden has many more advantages which makes all the hassles that you undergo for it seem worth while.Make Your Own Organic Liquid Fertilizers
We all need a bit of a “pick-me-up” from time to time and your vegetables, herbs, fruits and soil will also benefit from a boost of liquid tonic every now and then. It’s not a good idea to force your plants to feed when they drink, so I don’t recommend regular weekly feeding, but just as a boost.Aucuba Japonica ‘Gold Dust’
With handsome leaves and the optioin of keeping it a compact shrub, the native Japanese Aucuba japonica makes a respectable addition to any gardenFall Blooming Wildflower – Willow Aster
The fall blooming Willow Aster joins the many other members of the Aster Family in providing the Autumn Season with color, it’s violet blue flowers brightening woodlands, fencerows, roadsides and meadows.Tips for Gardening
Gardening can be a great pastime that can really pay off. Imagine the looks on your guests’ faces when they realize that the meal that they are eating came directly from your own backyard garden! To that end, we’ve created this article to help you learn more about ways to get your garden growing to its full potential.Tips To Really Get Your Compost Heap Cooking
It seems that most organic gardeners love the idea of making their own compost, but some gardeners have trouble making it really happen. Don’t give up! There are ways to give your compost heap a boost and get it heating up again – creating beautiful, nutritious humus for your veggie garden.House Plant Care – A Guide For Your Container Garden
House plant care basics are explained so you can achieve healthy container gardens. Advice on atmosphere, watering and feeding your house plants for years of enjoyment.Fragrant Spring-Blooming Bulb Collection
A collection of the most fragrant blooming flower bulbs.Azalea ‘Lemon Lights’
This hybrid is a result of breeders, over the years, amplifying the blooming potential of their plant until they reached this: the pinnacle. A plant that blooms twice a year with vibrant color even though, here in zone 6, we haven’t had much luck with other fall blooming Azaleas, this is one you can set your watch by.