Burger Landscapes

specializing in native plant landscapes, xeriscaping, and rain gardens

   Nov 24

Heuchuras Are Lovely Plants To Grow

Heucheras is also known with names as alum root and coral bells. ) are related to the saxifrage, and all species, of which there are around 40, are indigenous to North America; the Native Americans used some species for medicinal purposes. Heuchera may appear as a nondescript-looking plant, but it is infact pretty enough when […]

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   Nov 23

Perfect City Home Gardening Tips

Having a perfect garden in cities where space crunch is a big issue needs perfect planning and approach to execute. Setting up a garden and maintaining it also require good gardening practices to be adopted. Too much of plants and green cover can make the task of upholding their beauty, a very grueling one. Lawns, […]

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   Nov 20

Perfect Tips To Keep Your Houseplants Alive

It is not too tough to keep a houseplant alive if you take a little care of the plant.Making a plant thrive is easy if you follow these simple tips ; The worst enemy of any houseplant is too much water. You must apply the Moss’ trick: Dip a finger into the soil up to the first […]

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   Nov 18

6 Perfect April Gardening Tips

April is here and the sun is shining, it’s time to play catch-up. That means prepping soil, planting summer color and vegetables and revitalizing lawns.Here are few very important gardening tips for specified gardening tasks that are more pertinent for this spring gardening season. Soil in Your Garden Needs Refreshing Gardening in the same location over […]

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   Aug 03

Perennials in containers require winter protection

Perennials in containers make a great gardening combination, but you need to take a little extra care otherwise they will quickly go to pot if overlooked in the winter. Plant roots are vulnerable to freezing in containers, where the soil hardens more than it would in the ground. Stems and branches — particularly those on […]

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