We have an idea of what it means to be in right relationships with each other. What does it mean to be in right relationships with the rest of creation, upon which we depend for everything? What can the garden teach us about relationships – with the Earth and with each other? What if we look to the rooted and multi-legged beings as a model for cooperation and the miracle of God’s creation? Join Angela Herrmann on a journey into the garden to witness the mostly unnoticed events that happen every day. Take time to reflect on a place in creation. Learn how we can make changes in our gardens that foster cooperation.
Though a great landscape design is beautiful to look at, it might also require some heavy maintenance. Ask garden experts about this and if you cannot hire professional permanently then opt for a low maintenance garden design which you will be able to take care of easily.
You can grow the plant easily from seed. It’s even possible to use the seed from the peppers from your supermarket. To start those plants all you need do is scrape out the seed and plant it. Or you can buy special varieties of seed from a seed supplier. Your nursery will also have small plants in baskets for you to place straight into the garden or container.
In addition, the Queen Palm is needed to be planted in a bright place where direct sunlight is experienced. This tree does not like cold weather that goes as low as 15 degrees F. In a windy climate, tying the leaves into one to secure it is a must.
Proportion – getting the shape right alone is not enough to create a great garden. Getting everything in proportion to one another is vital for harmony and balance.
Today there is a wonderful variety of plants to choose from, to help with your low maintenance gardening. Drought tolerant and native plants should be your first consideration. These plants will require less attention from you, less attention means less garden maintenance.
There are many other garden styles that fall within the informal classification. The container garden is a name given to a garden where the beds are replaced by containers such as large concrete vases. This garden is used where space is limited or to make a garden out of a paved over area such as a patio. The wildflower garden is another informal garden. As its name implies it consist of wildflowers. They are usually growing in mixed disarray. A vinyl fence can separate the garden from the surrounding lawn. This creates the effect of islands of color in a sea of grass.