Shopping for plants can be a bit disorienting if you don’t have a definite plan of what you want to buy. There’s annuals and perennials, tons of colors, and hundred other options. Each year I come up with a color scheme for my landscape and work from there. The next thing I consider is the bed locations, container sizes, and the heights that would look best. There’s tons of other factors you can consider when planning. In this post I want to look at just the container size options we offer, and the applications they are best suited for in your garden.
Mowing grass. It’s a weekly ritual for many of us, but it’s also an annoying waste of time. I have better things to do! Not only that, but burning gallons of gasoline with lawn mowers isn’t exactly eco-friendly or cheap. There must be some alternatives? Let’s take a look at some awesome, low-maintenance lawn alternatives.