Trickle Irrigation & Strawberries

Strawberry plants (Fragaria spp.) Are incredibly versatile crops that grow in both containers and long rows in the garden; several cultivars utilize spreading runners to incorporate additional vegetables into your dinner table. Irrigating your strawberry harvest often begins with a basic watering can, but utilizing a trickle system lets you automate the irrigation process with […]

Orange and Yellow Flower Names

To brighten up the corners of this flower bed, you can’t fail with yellow and orange flowers. Although a lot of scientific names of plants do not offer any clues about the physical features, common and cultivar names can provide clues to locate bright, sunny plants. Look for names which invoke warm colours when studying […]

Can You Prune Fruit Trees Anytime at February?

Newly planted fruit trees benefit from pruning to guide tree development. Pruning also encourages the development of sturdy trunks that create strong, limbs that are crocheted. Because the fruit tree ages, it also takes pruning to keep tree size, remove any dead or diseased branches and reduce the canopy size to permit sunlight to the […]

The Best Time to Prune a Boxelder Tree

The boxelder tree (Acer negundo) is a type of maple that is fast-growing, undemanding and adaptable to a lot of different locations. Native throughout most of the United States, the boxelder is a deciduous tree which does well in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 2 through 10. It typically responds well to regular […]

Pomegranate Tree Facts

Pomegranate trees (Punica granatum) reach up to 30 feet tall in perfect conditions, but typically climb 12 to 16 feet tall as a round shrub or small tree. This deciduous tree produces stiff branches covered with glossy, leathery lance-shaped leaves. Several varieties of pomegranate trees grow spines along the branches. The white or red flowers […]

High-Trellises Cordon System for Grape Vine Growing

Composed by trellis wires, woody canes called cordons grow laterally from the trunk of the grape plant of the genus Vitus. Depending on the species, grape-bearing canes either trail downward or develop from horizontal cordons. Species with canes that naturally trail down are best supported on the top wire of what are called high-cordon trellises. […]

Can Winter Rye Choke Out Weeds?

Cooler weather has set in and your yard is awash with the green of the winter rye yard. The weeds appear to get swallowed up under the adult development of this lush green grass. There’s a clear relation between the kind of lawn you’ve got and also the decrease in unwanted growths. Areas of California […]

Propagating Pink Honeysuckle Shrub

Lonicera tatarica, the pink honeysuckle tree, which can also be called tartarian honeysuckle. The tree is indigenous to Asia and grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 3 through 10. Tartarian honeysuckle grows 5 to 12 feet high. This shrub does well in partial shade and attracts butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden. Propagation […]

Canadice Red Seedless Grape Plant Care

Grown for the clusters of red fruit that ripen in mid to late summer, the “Canadice” red seedless grape (Vitis labrusca “Canadice”) adds charm with its twisting vines and rustic foliage. The fruit of this American grape variety is exceptional both for new eating and homemade jelly. Hardy at U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness […]

How to Grow Roses in Greenhouses

Roses will be the nation’s national flower as well as the royalty of their house garden. For demanding tender loving care their reputation makes it effortless to consider roses as plants requiring shelter and protection. Indoor takes a gardener involvement, although Increasing your favorites has many benefits, such as protecting the plants from wind, weather […]