yellow flowers and morning dew

By October 6, 2017Articles

yellow flowers and morning dew

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer When customers come to me for plant suggestions, the first question I ask them is if it will be going in a sunny or shady location. This simple question stumps many people. I’ve even seen couples get into heated debates over how much sun a particular landscape bed receives each day. While it certainly isn’t important enough to cause a divorce, it is important that plants be placed in locations that meet their specific sunlight requirements. All too often customers head home to do a garden project that involves graph paper and colored pencils instead of a spade. Mapping sunlight in the garden helps you understand the movement of light and shade throughout the landscape. It allows you to place the right plants in the right exposure so they do not burn up or have stunted, leggy, or distorted growth. Sunlight Tracking in Gardens Like

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