Trees Ideas, Tips & Guides

Learn About Dutch Elm Disease - gardenerspath.com - Usa - Netherlands - New Zealand - state Ohio
gardenerspath.com
13.07.2024

Learn About Dutch Elm Disease

Learn About Dutch Elm Disease Ophiostoma ulmi, O. novo-ulmi, O. himal-ulmi

How To Get Rid Of Moss In Your Lawn - southernliving.com - Georgia
southernliving.com
19.07.2024

How To Get Rid Of Moss In Your Lawn

Moss is a primitive green plant with threadlike stems and tiny leaves and can form a spongy, dense mat over the soil surface. While it’s pretty in certain settings, such as a shady forest trail, you may not like the looks of it in your lawn. But is it hurting your grass? And will it eventually take over your whole yard?

How to Grow and Care for Queen Palms - gardenerspath.com - France
gardenerspath.com
19.07.2024

How to Grow and Care for Queen Palms

How to Grow and Care for Queen Palms Syagrus romanzoffiana

5 inspiring garden ideas from visiting gardens - themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk - Britain
themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk
19.07.2024

5 inspiring garden ideas from visiting gardens

I’m often asked for advice on visiting gardens in the UK.

10 Most Painful Plants to Touch in the World - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
17.07.2024

10 Most Painful Plants to Touch in the World

Most of us consider plants to be docile living creatures capable of no harm, but they must also protect themselves from threats while rooted in one place. This list of the most painful plants to touch will reveal their secret weapons of defense.

Northeastern Invasive Plants to Avoid and Native Alternatives to Use Instead - finegardening.com
finegardening.com
17.07.2024

Northeastern Invasive Plants to Avoid and Native Alternatives to Use Instead

Most invasive plant species were originally introduced for ornamental use in landscapes. But because they have naturalized at aggressive rates, they have caused habitat destruction and the loss of native species throughout the Northeast. They present an ever-evolving environmental challenge, with new species taking hold and increasing their ranges as the climate changes and native habitat disturbance continues. It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with common invasives in your area and keep current with your state’s invasive list so that you can recognize and remove these destructive species when they appear on your property. Reviewing state watchlist plants is perhaps even more important. These are plants that aren’t banned from sale but are locally invasive or potentially an environmental problem. Keeping informed of additions to these lists puts gardeners on the forefront of preventing invasive proliferation.

Fabulous Flowers in Anna’s Wisconsin Garden - finegardening.com - state Wisconsin
finegardening.com
17.07.2024

Fabulous Flowers in Anna’s Wisconsin Garden

Hi GPODers! Today we’re off to Wisconsin to get an update from Anna Tsai’s garden (you can check out earlier posts of Anna’s garden here: 21 Years of Hard Gardening Work Pay Off, Anna’s Wisconsin Paradise, and Anna’s Wisconsin Garden). Despite dealing with the harsh winters in Wisconsin, Anna is able to create timeless garden beauty with a multitude of fabulous flowers.

Weeping Trees: 14 Beautiful Choices for the Yard and Garden - savvygardening.com
savvygardening.com
13.07.2024

Weeping Trees: 14 Beautiful Choices for the Yard and Garden

If you’ve ever seen a weeping cherry tree in bloom or sat beneath the branches of a stately weeping willow, you know how lovely this distinctive growth habit can be. With branches that cascade from the trunk like water down a mountainside, weeping trees are coveted treasures in gardens and yards everywhere. Whether they’re flowering, evergreen, or deciduous, planting a weeping tree in your landscape adds an eye-catching focal point to the design. Types of weeping trees There are many types of weeping trees, but for the most part, weeping is not a common plant trait. Weeping

Weeping Alaskan Cedar: An Elegant, Easy-to-grow Evergreen Tree - savvygardening.com - state California - state Alaska
savvygardening.com
13.07.2024

Weeping Alaskan Cedar: An Elegant, Easy-to-grow Evergreen Tree

Some horticulturists might have trouble choosing a favorite evergreen tree. Not me. If you ask, I won’t hesitate to tell you the evergreen tree I adore above all others is the weeping Alaskan cedar. Botanically known most commonly as Chamaecyparis nootkatensis (or occasionally by its newer genus, Xanthocyparis), this tree is a winner in every sense of the word. I’d like to tell you more about the weeping Alaskan cedar in hopes that you’ll fall in love with it, too. What is a weeping Alaskan cedar? One look at this beautiful tree and it’s easy to see why so many people adore it. The texture of

22 Rarest and Most Endangered Flowers - balconygardenweb.com - Mexico - Cuba - state Florida
balconygardenweb.com
13.07.2024

22 Rarest and Most Endangered Flowers

These incredible blooms, including the world’s largest flower, are teetering on the verge of extinction largely due to human activity. Since we’ve excelled at putting them in this perilous plight, perhaps it’s now time to show off our planting skills in saving the most endangered flowers on the planet!

How to Identify and Manage Armillaria Root Rot in Pear Trees - gardenerspath.com - state California
gardenerspath.com
13.07.2024

How to Identify and Manage Armillaria Root Rot in Pear Trees

How to Identify and Manage Armillaria Root Rot in Pear Trees Armillaria mellea

Our friend has warned us against planting a hawthorn boundary hedge. What can we use instead? - irishtimes.com - Ireland
irishtimes.com
13.07.2024

Our friend has warned us against planting a hawthorn boundary hedge. What can we use instead?

Q: We were planning on using a native hawthorn as a boundary hedge around our country garden. But a friend has warned us off it, saying that there’s a disease spreading throughout Europe that’s killing hawthorn trees and hedges. Should we use something else instead? Kate H, Co Wicklow

Discover the magic of a rewilded garden - themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk
themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk
13.07.2024

Discover the magic of a rewilded garden

When the rewilded garden by Urquhart & Hunt won ‘Best in Show’ at RHS Chelsea in 2002, it triggered a debate about whether rewilding could be called gardening at all.

A Memorial Garden in New Jersey - finegardening.com - Greece - state New Jersey - county Garden
finegardening.com
13.07.2024

A Memorial Garden in New Jersey

Hi GPODers! While most gardens could certainly be described as “special” this space gives that adjective even more meaning. Today we’re looking at the memorial garden that John Svinos created for his late father in New Jersey:

Rich on a Little Plot of Land in New Jersey - finegardening.com - state New Jersey
finegardening.com
12.07.2024

Rich on a Little Plot of Land in New Jersey

Hi GPODers! Today we’re visiting Dan, who didn’t let a yard with a small footprint stop him from creating a magical garden that has become the perfect space to create special memories with his young family:

Pruning Plum Trees - gardenersworld.com - Portugal
gardenersworld.com
12.07.2024

Pruning Plum Trees

Pruning fruit trees encourages a good size and shape, keeps the tree productive and helps remove dead and damaged wood. Many fruit trees, such as apples and pears, are pruned in winter, but plum trees can be susceptible to silver leaf disease if pruned at this time. Plum trees are therefore best pruned in spring or summer.

The Small World of a Japanese-Style Courtyard Garden - finegardening.com - Canada - Japan - county Garden - county Ontario
finegardening.com
12.07.2024

The Small World of a Japanese-Style Courtyard Garden

Hi GPODers! Today we’ve got an incredible garden story from a frequent GPOD contributor that is a demonstration of how magically small our big world can be. Bas Suharto has previously shown off gardens he has designed and built (check out some of those submissions: Building a Garden With Bas and Building a Japanese-Inspired Garden) as well as his own incredible home gardens (Parterre Garden in Ottawa and A Japanese-Style Garden in Ottawa). But the garden in this most recent submission caught Bas’ eye long before he was asked to lend a helping hand the space.

How to Coax Bountiful Blooms From Your Hydrangeas - finegardening.com - Usa - China - Greece - Japan
finegardening.com
12.07.2024

How to Coax Bountiful Blooms From Your Hydrangeas

While pruning a neighbor’s much neglected Hydrangea paniculata recently, I found myself musing on the history of this genus in American gardening, whose popularity has waxed and waned through the years. Grown throughout the country in its many forms and employed in countless ways, Hydrangea has found prominence in every style of garden. Often, hydran­geas have been taken for granted and left unattended, like this one I was pruning. Yet even among such disregard, this versatile ornamental lives on, winning over new generations of fans.

Where to buy plants online | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk
houseandgarden.co.uk
12.07.2024

Where to buy plants online | House & Garden

A harmonious Dorset rose garden designed by Isabel and Julian Bannerman

8 Plants That Can Be Trained As Vines, Shrubs, or Trees - balconygardenweb.com - Usa
balconygardenweb.com
12.07.2024

8 Plants That Can Be Trained As Vines, Shrubs, or Trees

The botanical realm is quite pliable like that. Take, for instance, these plants—complete shapeshifters! From spicing up a dull entrance in a standard pot to emerging as behemoths in your backyard, here are plants that can be trained as vines, shrubs, or trees!

5 Ways to Protect Your Yard From Spotted Lanternflies - thespruce.com - Usa - New York - state Pennsylvania - state Maryland - state Virginia - state Michigan - state Ohio - state Oregon - state North Carolina - state Connecticut - state Massachusets - state New Jersey - state Indiana - state Delaware
thespruce.com
30.06.2024

5 Ways to Protect Your Yard From Spotted Lanternflies

If you've already encountered a few or a group of spotted lanternflies in your yard, you may need to take extra steps to protect your yard since this invasive pest can damage the ecosystem around them.

14 Fruits With Beautiful Foliage - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
29.06.2024

14 Fruits With Beautiful Foliage

Fruits often take center stage thanks to how quickly they appease our taste buds. But what about food for our eyes? It’s simple: grow these fruits with beautiful foliage, and you’ll get two things: a delicious homegrown harvest and a display of decorative leaves.

Growing flowers and vegetables together – discover the new trend for edimentals - themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk - county Garden
themiddlesizedgarden.co.uk
29.06.2024

Growing flowers and vegetables together – discover the new trend for edimentals

Edimentals is a new term for growing flowers and vegetables together. Gardens today are often too small to have a separate ‘veg patch.’

30 Flower Bed Ideas for your Garden - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
28.06.2024

30 Flower Bed Ideas for your Garden

Planting up a flower bed can seem a bit daunting to begin with. Initially, it’s important to consider factors such as the size of your bed, how much sun it gets, the quality of your soil and what kind of planting and colour scheme will suit your house style and your own preferences.

15 Best Fruits that Grow from Cuttings - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
27.06.2024

15 Best Fruits that Grow from Cuttings

Want your backyard to be a personalized fruit market? Then, prune your favorite established fruit plant, gather its cuttings, and start multiplying.

Survivors in Sharon’s Dallas Garden - finegardening.com - Spain - state Texas - county Garden
finegardening.com
27.06.2024

Survivors in Sharon’s Dallas Garden

Hi GPODers! Today we’re in Sharon Holmes’ Dallas garden that faces its fair share of obstacles and challenging conditions. Despite punishing weather, clay soil, and a whole host of wildlife and insects that visit her garden, there are plenty of plants that have survived and even thrived.

Alan Titchmarsh shares his biggest gardening mishaps - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
26.06.2024

Alan Titchmarsh shares his biggest gardening mishaps

Among my favourite gardening quotations is one from the creator of the Larkin family in The Darling Buds of May, H.E. Bates. Mr Bates was a keen gardener and realised all too well the frustrations of our craft as well as the pleasures. ‘Gardening’, he said, ‘is like love. It doesn’t always yield to analysis.’ Times without number I have had cause to believe his wise words. I mean, sometimes – in the words of another sage, Sir Patrick Moore – ‘We just don’t know’. There; having got that off my chest there is little likelihood that I will ever be confused with the Oracle at Delphi. On the other hand, perhaps I can offer a crumb or two of comfort by sharing with you some of the mishaps that I have encountered during my years on the soil. They’ll make you smile if nothing else.

11 Glow in the Dark Mushrooms - balconygardenweb.com - Antarctica
balconygardenweb.com
25.06.2024

11 Glow in the Dark Mushrooms

There is so much more to mushrooms beyond their cute umbrella tops and juicy stalks. Surviving in the harshest terrains, these ancient OGs never cease to amaze! Today, we take a look at another wondrous feat with glow-in-the-dark mushrooms!

The plants that stole the show at this year's Chelsea Flower Show | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk - China
houseandgarden.co.uk
25.06.2024

The plants that stole the show at this year's Chelsea Flower Show | House & Garden

This year Chelsea Flower Show was full of interesting trees and shrubs with lots of dreamy woodland-edge planting in dappled light underneath leafy canopies. Native trees such as hawthorns, hazels and silver birch were the favoured choices in many of the show gardens, with a mixture of native and non-native ornamental plants selected for resilience and sustainability. In Ula Maria’s Forest Bathing Garden, white foxgloves, cow parsley and other umbellifers like Baltic parsley (Cenolophium denudatum) and valerian (Valeriana officinalis) were mixed with the simple shade-loving grass Melica altissima ‘Alba’ while Tom Stuart-Smith showcased intricate tapestries of interesting foliage in different shapes and textures. In other gardens, orange was a popular colour in many shades, from deep rusty orange irises to pale orange geums, especially in Ann Marie-Powell’s exuberant Octavia Hill Garden. As always, the Grand Pavilion is the ideal place to discover new and interesting plants showcased by some of the country’s leading nurseries.

The best summer honeysuckles for scent | House & Garden - houseandgarden.co.uk
houseandgarden.co.uk
25.06.2024

The best summer honeysuckles for scent | House & Garden

Honeysuckle (Lonicera periclymenum) is one of the easiest plants to find in the wild, since its strong, sweet scent hangs on the air. Native to most of Europe, it is a common sight and smell in our woodlands and hedgerows in summer, twining itself around trees and scrub and luring a wide variety of wildlife. In A Midsummer Night's Dream, Oberon describes Titania's sleeping place as 'quite overcanopied with luscious woodbine'. It is certainly a plant fit for a queen, since each of the flowerheads resembles a crown of cream and gold, formed of a ring of tubular blooms.

10 of the Best Tall Indoor Plants to Grow - gardenersworld.com
gardenersworld.com
24.06.2024

10 of the Best Tall Indoor Plants to Grow

House plants bring an extra dimension to your home. Many have evergreen foliage that adds colour and texture, and they create a natural atmosphere that helps promote feelings of calm. Tall house plants are ideal to add structural elements to a room and define the style of the space. With the huge amount of choice that’s now available, you can opt for the dramatic impact of a plant with bold foliage, such as the fiddle leaf fig, or go for a softer look with the wispy fronds of the asparagus fern or the cascading leaves of the ponytail palm.

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Welcome to the "Trees" section of diygarden.cc! Here, we celebrate the magnificence and importance of trees in our gardens and landscapes. Discover the wonders of these towering plants and learn how to incorporate them into your DIY gardening projects.

Trees are tall, woody perennial plants that belong to the plant kingdom and are characterized by their significant height, large trunks, and branching structures. They are essential components of forests, woodlands, and many other terrestrial ecosystems.

They are distinguished from smaller plants by their size and longevity. They typically have a single, main trunk that supports numerous branches, leaves, flowers, and fruits. The height and spread of trees vary among species, with some reaching towering heights of over 300 feet (90 meters) and others remaining relatively small.

These magnificent organisms play vital roles in the environment and provide numerous benefits:

Oxygen Production: Trees are known as "the lungs of the Earth" because they absorb carbon dioxide during photosynthesis and release oxygen into the atmosphere, helping to regulate the Earth's oxygen levels. Carbon Storage: Trees are valuable carbon sinks, absorbing carbon dioxide and storing carbon in their biomass. This helps mitigate climate change by reducing the amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Biodiversity Support: Trees provide habitats for a diverse range of organisms, including birds, mammals, insects, and microorganisms. They contribute to the overall biodiversity of ecosystems and support a complex web of life. Soil Conservation: Tree roots help stabilize soil, preventing erosion and promoting soil health. They also improve soil fertility by enhancing nutrient cycling and organic matter accumulation. Shade and Temperature Regulation: Trees provide shade, reducing heat absorption and lowering temperatures in their vicinity. This helps create more comfortable microclimates and can contribute to energy savings in urban areas. Air Quality Improvement: Trees help filter pollutants from the air, reducing air pollution and improving air quality. Their leaves capture airborne particles, and their bark absorbs harmful chemicals. Aesthetic and Recreational Value: Trees enhance the beauty of landscapes, parks, and gardens, providing a sense of tranquility and aesthetics. 

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