I was a kid, my family would traipse into the woods to find an
acceptable red cedar tree to grace our living room for Christmas. Now
most folks buy cut trees from a nursery or tree lot. But discarding the
tree afterwards seems a waste of natural resources. Why not buy a
living tree and then plant it in your landscape after the holidays? Here
are your best choices for live Christmas trees
Be sure to
listen to Garden Basics on The Lawn and Garden Show on Saturday
at 9:00 a.m. We'll open the phone lines for first time homeowners to
ask their most puzzling questions.
The most common landscaping error is installing a plant
that eventually outgrows its space. Dealing with a plant that's too
large involves either continual pruning, transplanting it or discarding
the plant entirely. Many plants are now being introduced as dwarfs, but
there are facts you need to know.
Overhead Door Company of Atlanta
Winterize your garage door for only $69.95! The 14 point maintenance
includes lubricating all hinges/rollers/& pulleys, tightening all
nuts and bolts, adjusting safety reverse, and adjusting tension on all
springs. Get ready for the cold weather ahead! Visit
www.ohdatl.com for more.
Bald Cypress (Taxodium
native to the Southeastern U.S. The bald cypress is an easy to grow
somewhat unusual tree that tolerates a wide range of conditions from
standing water to parking lot medians. Fast-growing with a soft
texture, it's one of the few conifers with fall color that loses its
needles in winter.
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