Posts made in July, 2018

LANDSCAPING RULES 

»Posted by on Jul 18, 2018 in LANDSCAPING | 0 comments

Landscaping is not going to be as what you think. There are so many things to consider before putting your ground or place into beautiful landscaping output and wonderful results. you can search about different ideas and different designs before putting your place into the one you dreamt of. It gives you health to have landscapers victoria. Try to ask your friends for more information and even some experts to do these things for you.  

LANDSCAPING

Here are some few rules that you can follow when you plan of having a beautiful garden.    

RULE NUMBER ONE: Make and try to come up with a very unique and maybe even simple outline of the things that you wanted to have in your landscaping. Some people are very eager to have abeautifulplace or result. They are also very keen to some of the details of making the ground more unique and look pretty to the eyes. You can start with the bed for planting. Common planting beds are about 4 inches wide. Of course, you have to consider about the sizes of your plants. You have to choose colorful and very attractive plants to look your landscaping more even fascinating. You have to think about the idea of having it after five years.    

RULE NUMBER TWO: Put the topsoil on top of the ground. It is very important that you have to make your plants grow and be able to breathe properly. Topsoil can be very expensive. If you are planning to have it on a budget matter. Try to search online on the cheapest topsoil and plants and even for the rocks and design thatyouwould love to have.   

RULE NUMBER THREE: One of the most important part oflandscapingis the plants that you will be using.  It is one of secrets to make your place more even wonderful. You need to know how many plants you will use. You don’t want the plants to look overcrowded.    

RULE NUMBER FOUR: Be wise,don’tput too much money on fencing or installing some fence around it. Remember to be wiser and be creative.    

RULE NUMBER FIVE:Don’tput too much fertilizer on your plants. Nitrogen could kill some of your plants. Having a good kind of topsoil would be fine. Fertilizers are wonderful to use but too much of it is not also good.    

RULE NUMBER SIX:don’tplant your plants too deep into the ground. Remember plants need air and gasses and even nutrients. If you are going to put your plants to deep they can’t grow and the possibility of it is that they will die.    

RULE NUMBER SEVEN: Enjoy doing it. If you are enjoying planting andlandscapingit would give a good result. You have to have fun doing everything you like to have a good result. You may ask your friends to help and even it could be one of your hobbies to plant some flowers or plants and even a very good way of making money out of your landscaping skills. 

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Plant A Tree Using Potted Seedlings And Burlap Wrapped 

»Posted by on Jul 1, 2018 in Potted Seedlings | 0 comments

Before you plant a tree, select carefully what tree to plant considering the season, the climate, the type of soil and many other factors for the success of the plant to grow in its best. 

After selecting a tree that is best for the place, you only need to learn how to plant the tree whether it is a container grown or a burlap tree and balled or tree sapling. 

Potted Seedlings

Before you plant a tree, read this tree planting tips and step-by-step instruction on how to plant any tree. 

For your tree to survive, plant it as soon as possible or if you are planning to plant later, you must put in a dark or cool place away from sunlight and be sure to keep the roots in the damp. 

Always make sure on the spot you are planning to plant your tree has no pipes or wires below so better ask first your local gas company or utility just to be sure. This is actually required by the law in some states.  

Planting a tree will take up to 30 minutes for a sapling and about an hour for container grown and always make sure when positioning the tree depth around the root flare, most common mistake is planting the root crown too deep.   

In planting a burlap tree, hold it using the root ball or roll it to keep the roots intact, never hold on the branch or trunk. Dig a hole 2-3 times as wide as the root ball and as deep as the tree. Slightly position your tree above the ground in your hole. It is indeed hard to tell the diversity between organic and synthetic because sometimes organic burlap doesn’t decompose properly so it’s better to remove the whole wire cage. Then hold the tree upright and then refill the hole with the soil you removed and pack the soil to get clear of any air pockets. Add 2-3 inches of organic substance and water.   

For a container grown tree, water the plant approximately an hour before to reduce transplant shock and also make it easier to remove the tree from the container. Never hold the tree on the trunk when moving the tree. Dig a whole as deep as like the container and 3 times as wide.   

In removing the tree from the container, just put it on its side. The tree will just easily slide out whenever you tap its bottom because you just watered and the soil is wet. If needed, just tilt the container but just make sure you support the trunk. Cutoff dead roots and tangled roots but make it vertical cut in the side of its root ball in order to loosen the roots.   

Same as burlap, slightly position the tree above the ground in the hole. Hold it upright and then refill the hole with soil. Pack the soil to get rid of at air and add about 2-3 inches of organic substance and water.   

In panting seedlings or sapling, you should handle it very carefully because it is very easy to damage the root or break the sapling accidentally. Dig a hole as deep as the tree and 3-4 times wider than its roots. Organic matter should be removed from the hole. Hold the sapling upright and then refill the hole with soil.    

Monitor the growth of your tree and learn how to take care of it.  You can as well as check this website  https://www.treeservice-jeffersoncounty.com/ to learn more about the proper care of your trees.  They are one of the tree services in Jefferson County you can seek assistance if necessary. 

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