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12 of the Deadliest garden plants - a need to know . . .especially when you have children and pets

12 Deadliest Garden Plants

Life stages of Morning Glory aka: Field bindweed

Weed Gallery: Field bindweed--UC IPM

WEED: Poison Ivy Type: Broadleaf perennial Size: To 15 feet tall and wide Appearance: Vine, shrub, or groundcover with leaves divided into three leaflets; clusters of green berries. Control: Prevent it with a deep layer of mulch. If it starts to grow in your yard, spot-treat it with an herbicide. Note: The plant contains oils that cause a severe allergic skin reaction in many people when touched. These oils are present even on dead

Weed Identification Guide

WEED: Black Nightshade CAUTION: ALL PARTS OF THIS PLANT ARE POISONOUS. Type: Broadleaf annual Size: 2 feet tall, 2 feet wide Where it grows: Landscape or garden areas with rich soil in sun or shade Appearance: Bushy or climbing plant with white or purple flowers and purple or red fruits.

Weed Identification Guide

13 Attractive Ways To Add Privacy To Your Yard & Deck (With lots of pictures and resources)

all you need to know to grow bamboo in your backyard

ABS - Introduction to Hardy Bamboos

front door box planters with evergreens

Chiswick planter with boxwood and ivy from Thomas Baker

Spring, annuals, Hydrangea, Ivy, container, planter, urban, garden, landscape, design

topiaried box, ivy and white trailing plant in a zinc planter

Make your own terra cotta tiered planter. By the end of the summer the ivy was growing down the sides and the flowers were thriving even more! Stack pots on crushed coke cans to create the tiered look and at the same time allowing the water to drain.

obelisk and hanging plant - Sandra Webberking piece

obelisk as support for a plant or vine. Sandra Webberking piece