In the last lesson we looked at How to Sow Grass Seed. Today we will look at creating an instant lawn using turf or sod. Weather you call new grass Sod or Turf, the method of laying it is pretty much universal.
The Chelsea Flower Show 2014 As a regular exhibitor at Chelsea Flower show for over 25 years I have a good idea of how to get the best from the Show. Whenever I talk about Chelsea people tell me how much they would love to go, but can’t face the.
Like dainty yellow pixie hats, erythroniums carpet the woodland floor in shady parts of the garden. Enjoy them as you wander around the Rock Garden, Wild Garden and Battleston Hill as the oak leaves start to emerge above.
Add an arbor to the brick patio. Every indoor room has a doorway, so why not create one for your outdoor room? An arbor or trellis is an inviting entrance to your space, and you can add color with climbing plants such as clematis or climbing roses
Transplanting: Potting On and Off. So…… we have already covered Sowing Seeds and How to Take Cuttings. Now in our gardening series on back to basics, we will look at what you need to do with your young plants to keep them happy and growing.
Amazing what you can do with a small space! A little patch of lawn goes a long way when designed to roll alongside a dimensional cut stone patio. We love the contrast of the dark charcoal stone and sharp green grass.
Secret Garden With a structure to grow on, plants can create living walls that offer privacy and seclusion. Here, a cedar arbor boasts a dense covering of roses that forms a natural "roof," while a boxwood shrub anchors the base of each column