The Yucca plant – care for this versatile indoor and outdoor plant is flexible, easy care, easy to maintain – and being on of the top air cleaning indoor plants is just another benefit.
The yucca plant is a drought tolerant evergreen native to the hot, dry areas of the Americas and the Caribbean. Lately, these unusual plants have become very popular as garden additions in the northern parts of the US, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
With 40 plus species and two dozen subspecies, this interesting and useful plant comes in a wide variety of sizes, appearances, and shapes that have adapted to an impressive range of climates.
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Hi guys! How did you start the new year?
We went on our first hike of the year and we bumped into these beautiful winter landscapes. We wanted to share a few pictures we took with you 💚
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Gardening is a wonderful activity as it holds so many benefits. It’s a healthy past-time, getting you out and about and active; it provides a wonderful enhancement to a living space however small; it can provide amazing produce from eye catching blooms to vegetables and fruits for your cooking exploits.
While of course it’s best to get the assistance of the experts when planning out your dream landscape garden or even just a small patch of space, there are many apps available that will also assist you. These apps vary in terms of their content and quality (and cost) so Capital Garden Services has developed this useful infographic which lists some we think are quite good.
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JT Atkinson has put together this guide to help you and your garden through the four seasons of the year, making sure the your garden is in top shape throughout the year. Each season has its own set of tasks which can be ticked off as completed making it easy to maintain how your garden looks and also helping to improve your garden. The tasks are clear and easy to understand and can be a great way of introducing younger members of the family to gardening. The infographic can be printed off and hung up in a shed, greenhouse or garage as a reminder of what tasks are to be performed on your garden.
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