Category Archives: Landscape Design
Good day, dear friends and readers!
It’s time to start gardening! For those who already have gardens, this information will just be a reminder, though for new gardeners or new homeowners it will be a good advice!
Below you will read about steps on how to start out with your gardens. Plan out your flowerbeds. Because you do need to have flowerbeds 😉 to brighten up your day! So let’s get going:
Step 1: Mark it Out
Make your new garden the best it can be. Give it a fun shape with flowing curves or use it to echo the lines of your house. Get it just right by laying out a hose to outline your bed. Once you have the perfect shape, mark the edges with a line of sand or flour.
Debutante’camellias. ‘Lady Banks’ roses. ‘Little Gem’ magnolias. Even the flowers collected in the garden at Ben and Cindy Lenhardt’s exquisitely restored 1743 home in Charleston’s historic district are the essence of Southern gentility. Read the rest of this entry
Reinvent your yard with broad stone steps. Built into a corner of a patio, these steps will turn a walkway into a spot with room for container plants.
Spring is so close, we can almost taste it. It’s time to prepare our gardens and show off the best landscape design ideas! Flowers are A Must! One idea for spring can be a one well-planted container, or a group of containers with different sizes (like shows on the picture below).
A cactus (plural: cacti, cactuses, or cactus) is a member of the plant family Cactaceae, within the order Caryophyllales. The word “cactus” derives, through Latin, from the Ancient Greek κάκτος (kaktos), a name originally used for a spiny plant whose identity is not certain. Cacti are native to the Americas, ranging from Patagonia in the south to parts of western Canada in the north—except for Rhipsalis baccifera, which also grows in Africa and Sri Lanka.