On my journey to becoming a homesteader, I realized there are so a lot of approaches to gardening and preparing the soil for planting. The viburnum leaf beetle, Pyrrhalta viburni (Paykull), is an invasive, non-native beetle that initial appeared in New York along Lake Ontario in 1996, and has steadily spread across the state and down the Hudson Valley. And if you are going to, never neglect to marvel at The Hive – an remarkable artform in the middle of the garden. From your Tuscan-style patio—created by a special Tuscan stone collection accented by glazed brick—simply step into the garden for herbs and edibles and prepare meals by the fireplace.
A great lens, I am beginning to believe about a design and style for my new garden and this lens has provided me some inspiration…Thanks! The inclusion of a St. Francis statue indicates that a garden is a place of … Read More