Liming Lawn Tips: Tips To Lime Your Lawn Grass - Most types of lawn grass grows best in slightly acidic soil with a pH between 6 and 7. If your soil pH is below 5.5, your lawn won’t grow well. Learn how to properly lime your lawn grass in this article should the need arise.
'Lemon Lime' is the first heavenly bamboo that emerges with chartreuse leaves in spring. Whether in sunny hedges in the front yard or shaded corners in the backyard, 'Lemon Lime' jazzes up the garden scene with electric foliage that complements other shrubs and perennials. Avoid waterlogged soils for best success. Plant Name: Nandina domestica 'Lemon Lime' Growing Conditions: full sun to part shade Size: 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide Zone: 6-9 Seasons of Interest: spring, summer, and fall…
Plant companion plants next to your tomato plants that will naturally deter bugs from residing on or near your beloved fruit. Plant asparagus, basil, beans, bee balm, borage, chives, garlic, mint, marigolds, anise, nasturtium, onion, parsley, peppers or petunias near your tomatoes to ward off unwanted visitors.
Limelight hydrangea actually prefers the sun much more than typical hydrangeas & will get large enough for a beautiful screening hedge. It is deciduous & will lose leaves in winter. The cone shaped blooms fade to pink then brown & can be left in tact for winter interest.
The Family Handyman DIY Tip of the Day: Keep Dog Pee From Ruining Your Yard. Dog urine discolors and kills grass. Replace part of the lawn with landscape fabric covered with pea gravel, then add a few dog-friendly decorations!