Burger Landscapes

specializing in native plant landscapes, xeriscaping, and rain gardens

   Jul 29

Growing Lovely Palms in Home Gardens

Past few years home gardeners have shown great interest in growing palms in home gardens. Nowadays exotic palm species and varieties are more readily available. Gardeners are more inclined to grow the most reliable palms for landscape use. The best time to plant palms is May through September.The soil is warmest this time of year, […]

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   Jul 29

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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   Jul 28

Basic Landscape Designing Tips for Your Home Garden

Making a plan is of maximum significance. Take a good long survey of what you’ve got to work with and make a plan for planning the area. It isn’t a great idea to simply start planting trees or plants or placing ornaments, that you purchased rashly, anywhere in the landscape. Even with a DIY project, […]

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   Jul 28

Perfect Bird Feeding Tips

While feeding birds during wintertime you must keep on providing food and water during nesting season. Natural food sources may not be readily available during spring season, and time spent on the nest or tending to new hatchlings leaves fewer hours for birds to hunt food. Cold can put a damper on spring blossoms which […]

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   Jul 27

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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   Jul 27

Late August Gardening Tips

Your gardens might be approaching the harvest time this month and zucchini, cucumbers, summer squash, beans and tomatoes must be quickly approaching ripeness. Raspberries are plentiful, corn is tasseling, and annual flowers are also in abundance this time of the year. Now is the time to renovate tired strawberry beds. Cut back foliage to about […]

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   Jul 26

Prepare Garden Soil With Effective Micro-Organisms

For a gardener the ideal situation in the garden would be rich soil, moist and crumbly, free of weeds and ready to plant. With the right products like compost, manure, fertilizer and a bio stimulant like effective micro-organisms (EM) you can have fertile soil, ready to grow great yields during the warmer months. It is […]

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   Jul 23

Perfect Tips To Control Garden Moss Growth

Garden Moss quite often starts developing when soil is compacted, wet or in too much shade. Growth of garden moss is technically attributed to the imbalance in the soil pH value. It becomes extremely important for a gardener to determine as what are the conditions that are causing the problem and then it would be […]

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   Jul 21

Landscaping a yard for outdoor living

If you get out your seed catalogs every winter and dream of what spring could bring, then take a look at the dreams these young Boston transplants had and see it up close during the Chapel Hill Garden Club’s 2014 Spring Tour. Read more here:

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   Jul 20

World’s First Vertical Forest Nearly Complete

What was once only a design on paper is slowly turning into reality for one building in Milan, Italy. –

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