10 Tough Groundcovers That Can Solve Your Worst Landscaping Problems
Every yard has at least one difficult spot where it's a challenge to get anything to grow. Try some of these robust, low-growing plants to fill in dry or shady places, or wherever you need year-round coverage.
How to Grow and Care for Bromeliads
Bromeliads (Bromeliaceae) give your house a tropical vibe but are easy to care for. They feature gorgeous foliage and are tolerant of a variety of conditions.
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A colorful Xeriscape garden design by Susan Blake of Santa Fe, New Mexico, features many beautiful drought tolerant species, including Zauschneria, Stachys, Centranthus, lavender, Yarrow, Iris, Russian Sage, Gaillardia, and many ornamental grasses including Miscanthus.
Using Coffee Grounds In The Garden: Tips, Benefits: Blessmyweeds.com
Using Coffee grounds in the garden has many advantages. Learn all about how to use them, where to put them, the benefits of using them and more.
Tired of Mowing? Try These Plants and Groundcovers
DIYNetwork.com landscape experts offer up low-maintenance groundcovers and plants that can be used to replace grass.
Shade Tolerant Vegetables vs Sun Friendly Veggies
Most vegetables like 6-8 hours of sunlight a day, but there are some shade tolerant vegetables that will grow in less than this.