Time for Lime: When to Apply Lime to Lawn Baker Lime

Time for Lime: When to Apply Lime to Lawn Baker Lime

landscaping with boxwoods- I love the look of this but would  do something other than roses Boxwood Hedge

landscaping with boxwoods- I love the look of this but would do something other than roses Boxwood Hedge

Lime Glow Juniper is a low growing evergreen shrub with soft feathery textured foliage that is bright chartreuse yellow when new, fading to a slightly darker lime green when mature. Works great as a groundcover, or for colorful accents and borders.

Lime Glow Juniper is a low growing evergreen shrub with soft feathery textured foliage that is bright chartreuse yellow when new, fading to a slightly darker lime green when mature. Works great as a groundcover, or for colorful accents and borders.

Irish Moss (groundcover). Irish moss is less fussy about the type of soil. And stays a deep green color with fluffy foliage. Likes full sun to partial shade but they also like water and believe it or not for as delicate as it appears.  are Almost as sturdy as grass!

Ground Covers – Walkable and Worthy Alternatives to Grass

Irish Moss (groundcover). Irish moss is less fussy about the type of soil. And stays a deep green color with fluffy foliage. Likes full sun to partial shade but they also like water and believe it or not for as delicate as it appears. are Almost as sturdy as grass!

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8 Flower Boxes That Thrive in the Sun

A deck remake doesn't have to have anything to do with the deck itself. Here, a traditional deck turns into something stellar with the addition of a Japanese tree lilac (which will provide sweet perfume in early summer) and a collection of shade-loving hostas and astilbes. To keep the planting low-maintenance, add mulch to the soil after you plant and use an edging to keep the lawn out./

Before and After Deck Makeovers

A deck remake doesn't have to have anything to do with the deck itself. Here, a traditional deck turns into something stellar with the addition of a Japanese tree lilac (which will provide sweet perfume in early summer) and a collection of shade-loving hostas and astilbes. To keep the planting low-maintenance, add mulch to the soil after you plant and use an edging to keep the lawn out./

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