Native Plant Landscaping: The Palo Verdes
These are fantastic native trees. They should be more popular than mesquites because they are much better trees and much prettier. Their warm season flushes of yellow blooms are breathtaking, and t…
Purple Gem Hardy Azalea
Prized for its dwarfed form, evergreen foliage and dense blooming habit, the Purple Gem Hardy Azalea is ideal as an accent or border planting. It reliably produces loads of purple flowers in mid spring. Very showy and lush, just one plant can create quite a scene in semi-shaded spots along walkways or near entrances. Great for northern gardens, but protection from winter winds is suggested.
What You Need to Know About Planting a Tree - Property - GRIT Magazine
Learn the basics of planting a tree, whether for shade or shelter or just landscape beautification.
American Sycamore Tree
The Fastest-Growing Symmetrical Sycamore Why American Sycamore Trees? The American Sycamore is very popular for residential landscaping because of its extremely fast growth. In fact, the American Sycamore can gain up to 6 feet per year, growing a thick canopy that provides tons of shade quickly. You can count on your American Sycamore to grow into a full, symmetrical tree. The tree's many branches develop large green leaves that turn to gold in the fall, offering good looks and dense growth…
Red Maple Tree - Spring Version
A Beautiful Red Maple Tree with it's new coat of Spring leaves. This is the same tree that is seen on my last or next to last page in my Photo stream that was taken in the Autumn