This is a guide to tree and shrub that tells you
growing trees and shrubs outdoor and planting them in lawn and garden.
Trees & Shrubs
Trees and Shrubs are very useful in enhancing the
look of your garden, as they add to the visual appeal of your garden and
make it appear denser and well planted. The best part about growing
trees and shrubs is that you don't have to devote much effort and care
to them, although there are some things that you've to keep in mind for
growing trees & shrubs in your garden successfully.
Things to be kept in mind before growing Trees & Shrubs
- The first thing you've to care about is the depth and breadth of
the hole you're going to dig for sowing the plant into. Usually, the
depth of the hole must enough to accommodate the roots of the plant,
enabling them to move deep enough under the soil to settle firmly.
As regards the diameter of the hole, it is generally half of the
- While transplanting a shrub from a container to the ground soil,
make sure the depth of the hole is at least 2 inches more than the
length of the plant root. Also, the soil at the bottom of the hole
must be softened a bit, to ensure the plant can grow smoothly.
- The soil that has been dug out of the hole and which will be used
to fill it up again after putting the plant inside the hole, must be
mixed with a little bit of peat moss and other nutrients to provide
the newly transplanted plant with extra dose of nourishment which is
helpful in its successful growth.
- While putting the plant inside the newly dug hole, it must be
held straight while the soil mixed with peat moss is filled inside
the hole. Mind it, if the plant is not held straight at this point
of time, it might lean down towards one side afterwards which is not
all good for proper growth and health of the plant.
- After sowing the plant, don't forget to form a heap of loose soil
around the plant, as this heap will be useful in retaining water and
helping the tree grow more firmly. Also, after the plant is
transferred from one place to another, it calls for sufficient water
supply during the initial days after being transferred. Hence, make
it a point to water the plant for at least 7-10 days regularly one
you've transferred the plant.
- Trimming of trees and shrubs is an important aspect associated
with their plantation. Regular trimming keeps the tree and shrub
look attractive and also does away with damaged leaves and branches.
Once you've trimmed the trees and shrubs, always remember to spray
the trimmed areas with a special pruning spray in order to keep the
harmful insects and pests away from the tree or the shrub.
Again we have come with another tip to make your garden a distinct one
in the community. Imagine small shapely vibrantly colored plants
blooming in your garden with the fresh sunny morning at its backdrop.
A wide variety of dwarf citrus trees is now available, which are best
suited to life indoors. These trees not only provide a plenty of fresh
fruits for culinary purposes
Here is a tip to make your lawn look innovative. By growing lawn trees
you can give a fresh look to the lawn.
Pruning give a shape to the shrubs and trees and it is a common term for
every gardener. Though it is a familiar term but it is practiced in a
most improper way
Tree Pruning &
Generally whenever an organ of any living thing is chopped off it hurts
them or there can be life dangers also. But for plants it is just the