Been dreaming to have a garden but end up having a dead plants? Well, it maybe because of the type of soil you have, climate your area or you just don’t have a time to be a gardener. If your answer is one of the reasons above, well worry no more for your dream garden will come into reality.
Fred Ortlip of STLToday.com shares in his article how they help Jody Mitori and Lynden Steele on their problem in their backyard. These two have been wanting to have a garden on their backyard but their crops just won’t grow and also they have little time to be gardeners. Ortlip teams suggested to grow ornamental grasses on their backyard and some Perovskia or Russian sage, ninebark shrub Physocarpus, Abelia, dogwood shrub and many more for these plants can withstand the hot and dry summer as well as winter. They also recommended to grow some low and easy maintenance plants. Soil amendments and mulching is a must to retain water from the soil and to keep the soil healthy for the plants.
Are you a non-gardener or having problem in your garden? Check Fred’s full article here to read their full solutions and recommendations on the garden.