Easy Gardening - 10 Ways to Make Gardening Easier
Gardening easier means you can garden more. Use these
smart gardening tips to make your gardening chores and
maintenance less time and labor consuming and make your
time in the garden more enjoyable.
Garden Design - Working with Color
Color is arguably the most prominent factor in a garden
design and often the first one considered. Good garden
design involves knowing how to combine colors so that
the final product has a cohesive and pleasing effect.
Here are some tips to train your eye to see color and
for combining color in the garden.
Designing Next Year's Garden
Garden design starts with thinking about how and who
will use your garden and what constraints time, money
and nature put on you. Thatís the basis of good site
analysis. Then you can start to consider the garden
design elements of color, texture and form.
Blooming Perennial Flowers for Fall Color
The fall garden is one of the most colorful seasons in
the garden. Many fall blooming perennial flowers display
jewel tone blossoms that complement the fall foliage
display of trees and shrubs.
Clay Busters -
Plants for Growing in Gardens with Clay Soil
Gardening in clay soil is a challenge that can be met.
Their are many plants that will grow very well in clay
soil and some that will even help improve it. Rugged
natives and tough, tap rooted plants can make a garden
even in the difficult conditions posed by clay. Here are
some to get you started.