April 2019

Found 1 blog entry for April 2019.

  1. Design it right! Survey your property and make notes about the land’s topography, existing vegetation, soil type, rainfall, wind patterns, lighting and areas where water collects.

  2. Improve your soil. Plants need healthy soil.  Improve your soil with compost to help clay soils improve absorption and sandy soils hold water.

  3. Group plants together based on their sun, soil and water requirements. For instance place your sun-loving plants in the sunniest part of your yard.

  4. Focus on native plants and perennials.  Native plants originate in your region and will be used to the soil and climate.  Perennials come back every year. Both can be quite low maintenance once they’re established.

  5. Water in the morning. The best time

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