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Did you know there are over 100 species of pine? These vary greatly in hardness, density, and usability. Though pine is generally softer than hardwood, many pine species compare to hardwoods in terms of strength.
The combination of cold air, lower temperatures and shorter days can make it difficult for plants to thrive. Are you curious about how to help your indoor plants stay alive this fall and winter? Homescape Now is here to help.
Winter is a stressful time even in species native to colder regions in North America. But there are things to minimize the damage caused by winter stress.
The Douglas fir grows to be very sizeable and yields a large amount of usable lumber and veneer for plywood. It is an incredibly valuable commercial timber, widely used in construction and building purposes. It is among the hardest and heaviest softwoods.
At the end of the growing season it is tempting to leave the garden behind and gravitate to the warmth of indoors. If you choose to tackle some of these tasks now you’ll gain a head start for the next season, ready for freshness of spring.
Fall is one of the best times to take care of the landscape with fertilizing practices, adding in bulbs, sowing grass seed and more.
Experiencing the magnificent autumn season seems to be on hold until next year, but here are a few suggestions you may possibly enjoy now but are a definite must see for the Fall of 2021.
Any large tree can develop surface roots eventually, it is how they grow! But there are other aspects that contribute to this problem.
Pruning directly benefits the health and visual appeal of shrubs, trees, hedges, rose bushes, and other landscape plants.