Month: April 2022

Apr - 30

Food for Fruit & Vegetable Plants

In addition to the energy they create from sunlight, plants also require mineral nutrients in the ground to grow and reproduce. When you apply fertilizer to your lawn soil, you supply your plants with these crucial nutrients. Understanding the basics…

Apr - 26

How to Water a Corn Plant

Plump ears of corn covered in juicy kernels require proper care during the growing season. Irrigation is a vital component of a corn plant care, particularly during pollination and tasseling. Without sufficient water, the kernels won’t develop properly. Mother Nature…

Apr - 22

How to Transplant Big Yew Bushes

Prized for its delicate, deep green, needle-like foliage, the yew (Taxus spp.) Is flexible enough to be cultivated as a dense tree or a tall, attractive tree. Most yew species are suitable to grow in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant…

Apr - 20

Muscadine Fungus

Muscadine grapes (Vitis rotundifolia) are a grape species native to the southeastern United States, and are hardy at U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 7 through 10. Although they are more resistant to fungal diseases than crowd grapes, muscadines…

Apr - 16

Tangerine Tree Problems

Tangerines are a part of a diverse group of citrus plants known as mandarins. Prized by home gardeners because of their bright color, tangerines prefer warm spaces and a lot of sunlight. With proper cultural care, tangerines suffer few growth…

Apr - 02

Various Kinds of Doors

Door selection can impact the way your house looks and feels on the interior and exterior. They vary in size, shape, colour and materials, but much more significant than their decor impact, doors must meet local building code criteria and…