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Ornamental grasses are very easy to care for, and after initial planting can often be left and forgotten about, yet will still thrive, making them ideal for beginner gardeners or anyone who likes a low maintenance garden.
Magnolia’s are classic trees that are known for growing in hot climates, though there are many varieties of this tree that are cold hardy and can be grown in a wide range of climates. These trees are easy to grow, they will adapt to almost any soil type so long as it drains well, and they will tolerate both full sun or partial shade.
If you ever run into a sunflower field, you'll be thrilled by this plant's attractive look. But starting with the letter "s", there is not just the sunflower. There are so many beautiful flowers that begin with "s". In this article, let's go into some of the most popular and easy to grow plants with stunning floweres starting with the character "s".
Types of Oak Trees

18 Types of Oak Trees For Oak Wood

by Maxon Thu, 05/14/2020 - 08:30
Oakwood comes from the oak tree, although there are many types of oak trees around the world, with over sixty different types growing in just the United States alone. In terms of oak wood, it is usually categorized into two groups, red oak and white oak. Though you may think these would be easy to distinguish from one another, they have a lot in common in terms of aesthetics, and it can be hard to tell red from white purely at first glance.
Bougainvilleas climbing plants come in a vast variety of colors, including purple, pink, orange, and red. Bougainvillea has flowers that resemble colored tissue paper, hence the nickname Paper Flower. There are over 250 varieties of this plant, with some known to be very large climbers while others are dwarfs that only grow to a meter in height. Bougainvilleas thrive in hot climates, hence their popularity in the tropics and the subtropics as well as in hot European countries like Spain.
Lawnmowers are an essential piece of kit for yard maintenance. To learn all about the different types of lawnmowers and which type will be best suited to your yard, your budget, and your specifications, read our comprehensive list of all of the types of lawnmowers available.
There are so many different types of shovels, and choosing the right one for the job can make the difference between a long day of hard labor or a simple and easy task. Shovels are invaluable garden tools, some of which are specifically designed for one job, and some of which are great workhorses that can be used for a whole host of garden activities.
An axe is an ancient tool, with a rich history of uses including felling trees, hunting animals, and weaponry. Today, the axe is most commonly used in the yard or outdoor pursuits, such as camping, but the type of axe you need will depend on the purpose you intend for it.
Moths are flying insects in the Order of Lepidoptera, which is also the same order to which butterflies belong. There are over 160,000 recorded species of moths across the globe, with around 11,000 of these being found in the United States, and around 2,500 being found in the United Kingdom.
Types of Eucalyptus Trees

11 Different Varieties of Eucalyptus Trees

by Maxon Thu, 05/14/2020 - 08:41
Eucalyptus trees have a stunning architectural look to them, with unusually shaped branches which sometimes have a twisting habit, or are covered with colorful, patterned bark. These trees are easy to care for and have a long life span; many are drought-tolerant and can cope with a wide range of soils.
Peonies have sustained their popularity as one of the best flowering perennial plants for many centuries, as they produce stunningly luxurious blooms, are low maintenance, and can be grown across a wide range of climates. Peonies are resilient in nature and are rarely affected by pests or disease.
Types of Holly

16 Different Types of Holly Bushes and Trees

by Maxon Thu, 05/14/2020 - 08:44
Holly trees and bushes encompass more than 400 plant species. The majority of these are dioecious, so they require both a male and female plant within pollination distance of each other in order for the female to produce fruits. Holly can be evergreen or deciduous and range greatly in size and shape.
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