Trees-Plants Gardening Blog

​Choose the Best Ground Cover Plants to Prevent Soil Erosion

7th May 2018

Soil erosion occurs naturally, and it can affect every type of landscape. Grounds that are farmed or landscaped can increase the risk of soil erosion. This is due to the tilling of the topsoil that is done to the land, which makes it more susceptible to being moved and blown away by rainwater and wind. Many rich nutrients are found in the topsoil, and when it erodes to another location, or to get…
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​The Winterberry Bush

​The Winterberry Bush

Posted by Tammy Sons on 5th Apr 2018

WinterberryThere are many different types of berries out there. Many people only assume berries relate to those from the typical fruits that they know of, but in reality, there are a ton of berries from a verity of families in the world. One of those berries is the winterberry. The winterberry is also known as llex Verticillata. That is the actual scientific name for the berry.…
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​Jack in the Pulpit

​Jack in the Pulpit

Posted by Tammy Sons on 5th Apr 2018

Jack in the Pulpit - Arisaema triphyllumJack in the Pulpit is a herbaceous perennial plant also known by several other names: bog onion, brown dragon, Indian turnip, wild turnip and American wake robin. From a corm, a long stem is produced. A top of tat stem is three leaves grouped. The leaves measure 3 to 6 inches long by 1 to 3 inches wide. They surround a hooded cup or spathe a s…
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​Winterberry

​Winterberry

Posted by Tammy Sons on 3rd Apr 2018

WinterberryThere are many different types of berries out there. Many people only assume berries relate to those from the typical fruits that they know of, but in reality, there are a ton of berries from a verity of families in the world. One of those berries is the winterberry. The winterberry is also known as Alex Verticillata. That is the actual scientific name for the berry. The plant or plant…
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​Resurrection fern the miracle plant.

​Resurrection fern the miracle plant.

Posted by Tammy Sons on 3rd Apr 2018

Resurrection Fern- Pleopeltis polypodioideThe Resurrection Fern is an evergreen triangular shape plant that grows from around 4” to 12” long. Each Leaf (fronds) at maturity has about 18 to 32 rectangular shape projections on both sides of the narrow bonelike stem. The stem measure about 2/16” of an inch in circumference at the thickest part and less than 1/16” at the tip. These projectio…
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