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Front-yard Fix
Give your home and yard the adornment they deserve, by Michael Weishan

A short drive through any town or cit in America will on occasion reveal an essential fact: Many of our front-yard landscapes are boring. Rows upon rows of the same bland evergreens march across our facades, with nary an interesting flower or form in sight. What's worse, many of these plantings, with their dark, lugubrious massing, hide the very homes they were meant to adorn. Whether you're interested in quickly improving the appearance of our home, increasing your property's value, or merely enhancing the streetscape you see daily, there is no more effective way to go about it than replacing that dreary foundation ... read more

Before the chill: a survival guide for water gardenx
Help your water garden wake up fresh and full of life after its winter slumber by Cathy W. Barash

Long before water gardening gained its current level of popularity, I lived in an old house outside of New York City, surrounded by a pond, a stream that supported a thriving crop of watercress, and acres of rich, moist soil. The habitat functioned well without my assistance. The ecology of the pond remained balanced without filters or pumps, and year after year, the watercress flourished with no help from me....  read more

   
   

Cold-Climate Pond Checklist
(zones 3-7) by Cathy W. Barash

Move hardy aquatic plants to deep water to keep them from freezing. Some aquatic plants are fairly hardy but won't tolerate freezing solid. Move these types (or example, hardy water lilies, native arrowheads, pickerelweed, and parrot feather) to a deeper area in the pond - at least 18 inches deep - where they'll remain submerged below the ice. If the pond freezes top to bottom, you'll need to remove these plants entirely. The freezing depth varies depending on your hardiness Zone and the size of the pond...   read more

Planting Orchids
by Joann Williams

If you want to start out maintaining orchids, well then the first task that you must be aware of is the places where they essentially grow. This would be the most effective method to fully understand the kind of atmosphere they are wanting and also the perfect place for them to grow accordingly....  read more

 

 

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