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You will be surprised at the ease with which you can create a lovely landscape you want. You only need some general tips and information to get started. The tips included here will allow you achieve your dreams.


Think about sketching out just how you envision the final product, before you start a landscaping project. You will also find it easier to change a sketch more easily than to actually change your landscape.

Curved beds are much more modern and contemporary than the straight lines and sharp corners.

Make your landscape by growing a garden that incorporates all seasons. Select a wide variety ofautumn and plants, according to the region in which you live. You can also pick trees with interesting foliage or evergreens to keep your yard look alive all year long.

Choose the higher quality items over cheap stuff. In many stores, you will usually find reduced and low-quality products. Go to a store that specializes in landscape design where you can get good products and helpful advice from experienced workers. It’s worth it to pay more for quality products and advice that truly work.

Buy your landscaping supplies online to pick from a vast selection of choices. There are lots of online sites that offer quality landscaping products at affordable prices. If you are getting products that are handled with care and come on time, make judicious use of customer reviews to see.

Purchase your landscaping needs at different times of the year to save money. Wait until the winter months to buy yourlumber and mulch, or trees if possible. When a store gets new plants, wait a few years until prices decrease.

This just ends in you investing a lot of money. You may want to consult with a landscaper, though, but doing the work yourself will save you a lot of money.

Stop thinking that spending less on every item. While you can locate inexpensive supplies, your probably looking at quality that is not up to par. If you haven’t done this much before, a store which specializes in it can give you good helpful advice and guide you to creating something much better.

Choose locations carefully when you start building. In order to thrive, you have to place beds and plants. You want to consider things like how muchwind and shade, and wind exposure a plant will receive in a given area.

Peat moss makes a plant’s best friend when it comes to survivability. Peat moss gives nutrients that they might otherwise lack. It also provides an attractive contrast to it.

Some plants blossom just a short time so your yard looking empty while you wait for them to perk up again.

Complete your lawn or yard in segments. You could make the choice to work on different sections or start with different types of plantings.

Know that they tend to cast a shadow if you are utilizing large plants. This can be used to cool your patio or home from heat during the summer months. Be certain not put small plants in shadows.

Before you launch a serious landscaping project on your own, get some good advice from a professional landscaper. It may involve a small up-front cost, however the advice a professional can provide you with can save you time, time and misery along the way as opposed to doing it yourself. An hour of consultation is enough to set you on the right path.

Don’t forget your climate when choosing plants for landscaping. Some plants require a frost to get them started, for example, so selecting the right plants can help your garden stay beautiful. Also take the amount of sun you get, your local wind conditions, and levels of rainfall in your area.

Do not be too quick to make any impulsive decisions. Plants look different all year round, and something that looks great in the summer might look bad in the winter.

If any large plants are part of your design plan, know that they tend to cast a shadow. This can be helpful when trying to protect your patio or house from the area naturally during the summer months.Be certain not put small plants in shadows.

You can save money on any plant purchases by buying plants through catalogs and websites. It is cheaper to buy the Internet than to shop at a nursery nearby. It is also very convenient to shop this way because you do not have to worry about transporting the plants since they will be shipped to your home. Do not forget to factor in the cost of shipping when determining whether your purchase.

Allow growing space for all the plants that you add to your landscape. Consider maturation before you plant anything to ensure proper balance in your yard.

Allow growing space for all the plants that you add to your landscape plan. Before you plant anything to ensure proper balance in your yard, consider maturation.

Allow adequate growing room for the plants that you will incorporate into your landscape.Consider maturation before you plant anything to ensure proper balance in your yard.

It takes the same amount of preparation time to prepare your planting whether you’re seeding hundred square feet or just ten, so working in large groups will end up saving you time.

Use different shapes, sizes and shapes when choosing plants for your yard. Use larger plants as anchors while scattering smaller plants around them. It is great to go with a theme just as long as you have plenty of contrast to make it nice looking.

Water features are an elegant way to add function and spice to all kinds of spaces. Water features also have a tendency to attract more wildlife and add flair to any garden.

Landscaping is a broad term which means different things depending on who you ask. Whether it’s a quick pick-me-up, or a full-blown renovation, it can add elements to your yard which are functional and beautiful. Whatever your landscaping style, these tips will help your project to turn out well.
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a full tour of his backyard summer vegetable garden that has 26 raised beds and over 20 potted fruit trees

01:00 Tour Starts
01:23 Grow Climate Appropriate Crops
02:20 Growing Malabar Spinach Vertically up a Trellis
03:00 Japanese Cucumbers
03:13 Rolly poly bugs eat Cucumber Stems
04:10 Praying Mantis Eats Bad Bugs
04:30 Water Spinach from from cuttings
05:28 Edible Marigolds
05:35 Water Pepper
05:52 Growing in 5 Gallon Pots
06:13 Pros and Cons of Growing in Pots in the Desert
07:15 Agretti – European Vegetable – Grows Well
08:16 Reciardia picroides
08:36 Heat loving Tropical Lettuce grows in 100+ weather
09:25 Favorite Area of My Garden
09:40 Longevity Spinach
09:55 Jello Plant
10:27 Loa lot
10:53 Mexican Sour Gherkins
11:20 Cuban Oregano
11:34 Culantro Substitute
11:51 Gotu Kola
12:33 Where I eat lunch in my garden
13:44 Ashitaba in full sun
14:55 Strawberry Spinach
15:10 Grow Trap Plants to attract Aphids
16:26 Moringa Tree Recovering Over the Winter
18:13 Perennial Bed with Green Tree Collards
18:55 Jungle Planting below Tree Collards
19:14 Underperforming Zucchini
19:35 Bird Eating Tree Collard Seeds
20:11 Pepper Plant Bed Spaced 11.5 inches
20:52 Lambsquarters, Sweet Potato Vine, Purslane interplanted
21:41 Living Mulch – protect soil from sun.
22:06 Tables in Garden to protect plants from intense sun
22:35 Winter Hold over bed – leafy greens, kale, celery, beets
24:55 My favorite Dazzling Blue Kale
25:44 Why this kale has outperformed all others in my garden
26:30 Having Challenges with Aquajet
27:30 Protecting Tree Collard Seeds from the birds
27:55 Sunchokes- Jerusalem Artichokes
28:00 Agretti
29:05 Aptinia Cordata – Edible Landscaping Plant
29:40 Cretan Rock Lettuce doesn’t like summer
29:30 My Tea Plants – Camellia Sinensis
30:00 Purple Goji Berry Plants, Date Palms, Gogi Berries
30:44 Flood Table growing starts with automatic watering
31:41 Culantro
31:55 Malabar Spinach in Flood Table
33:20 Asparagus and Chives and Water Peppers
34:00 Winter Greens Bolting – Yogmagi
34:30 Big Bag Bed- Fabric Pot – Rosemary and Sage
35:04 Beets going to seed
35:35 Bed of Tomatoes planted with Shiso for Insect Control
37:31 Giant Leeks
37:54 Mint Growing
38:17 Eggplant and Basil
38:48 Tree Nursery in 5 gallon pots
39:55 Goji Berry Plant with Berries
40:35 Sunchokes
40:50 Pennywort in Shade
41:28 Cilantro going to seed with onions
43:10 Haphazzard Bed with some items planted- with Stevia
44:00 Growing Candyland Red Tomatoes – healthier to eat
45:45 5 gallon pots with tree collards
46:22 Katuk – Sauropus Androgenous
47:37 Perennial Herb Bed – Lavender, Hot and Spicy Oregano
48:10 Egyptian Walking Onions
49:43 Eating an Egyptian Walking onion top set sprout
50:30 Tree Collards with Bolting Beets with Stinging Nettles
51:04 Basil and Peppers
51:20 Peppers and Bolting Parsley
52:03 Best way to grow chocolate Mint
52:40 Growing Basil from Trader Joes
53:10 Basil and Peppers
53:20 Fig Trees in 15 Gallon Pots
55:20 Best Growing Bed in the Summer
56:40 Cucumbers and Mexican Gherkins
57:26 Experimenting in Garden to learn
57:42 Why your zucchini is so small
28:06 Peppers and Sweet potatoes and Malabar Spinach
59:56 trace minerals and phytochemicals
1:01:50 Don’t Let your food go to waste
1:02:35 Ask for help if you need it
1:02:50 Praying mantis eggs

After watching this episode, you will be more familiar with some of the heat tolerant vegetables that you should grow if you live in a climate that is in excess of 100 degrees on a regular basis.

Referenced Episodes:
Best Trap for Rolly Poly Bugs

How to Root Water Spinach (Kang Kong Vegetable)

Cara Eats from my Garden

First 4 Raised Bed Install

Self Watering containers

Don’t do this in your garden – longevity Spinach

Texas Nursery – how to pack plants
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5beVlJK32pQy
How to make the best celery juice

Dazzling Blue Kale pic

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My dazzling blue kale is nearly a yard long from end to end. (30" actual size) this is what happens if you give the plant everything it needs including proper water, soil, weather, trace minerals, beneficial fungi, beneficial bacteria, and organic matter. I strive to have every one of my plant babies to thrive like this. I'm not there yet.. Thriving plants make for thriving people. Eat more thriving nutrient dense plants. Learn how I grow my thriving plants on my YouTube channel. Link on profile page. #dazzlingkale #dazzlingbluekale #lacinatokale #dinokale #dinosaurkale #tuscankale #brassicaoleracea #nutrientdense #nutritarian #growingyourgreens #backyardgardening #organicgardening #organicgarden #growyourown #growyourownfood #homegrown #bigkale #largekale #hugekale #eatkale #kale #kaleme

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