With the temperatures beginning to warm up, gardeners are itching to get into the garden. Thankfully, there’s plenty to do in the garden now and we finally some green growing things to enjoy.
An incredibly rewarding plant for the organic garden is catmint. Its easy going ways and herbal benefits would be enough for it to earn a place in your landscape, but it will also treat you to beautiful, long-lasting blooms that attract butterflies and other pollinators.
Vines are often relegated to a picket fence or rose arbor, but using vining plants in the landscape can create a lush, textured feel with very little effort. Here are some fun ways to incorporate vines into the garden landscape.
Sometimes, our initial impression of what an organic garden should look like is rather plain. Tomatoes, lettuce, peppers – we see a basic vegetable garden and not much more. But organic gardening can be anything you dream up!
“The best laid plans of landscapers and gardeners oft stumble at some simple sand.” That’s how the quote goes, isn’t it? It certainly seems that way when you’ve mapped out the plants you’d like to include, only to realize the soil isn’t going to cooperate. Clay in the soil can be too heavy and moisture-laden […]
So often, we keep our gardens close to the ground, with lots of color and activity at a few feet or lower but very little up higher. Drawing the eye upward with some climbing plants can change your landscape significantly.