Work in a broader range of soil conditions and virtually any weather with the RTX1250 with optional cab. The patent-pending quad track system floats over muddy, sandy and other soft soils with extra stability and maneuverability. The RTX1250 offers contractors the ability to switch between rubber tires or quad-track system depending on the job application.
Make your rock garden sparkle with a generous helping of soapwort. During Colonial times the sap of this pretty plant was once boiled to form a lathery soap that was used to launder clothes. Today, however, soapwort is prized for it’s fragrant pink flowers that will lure butterflies to your garden.
This beauty is another variety of coleus. Sun-tolerant coleus with patterned veins is easy to grow. It is an annual foliage plant that thrives in warm weather with moist soil conditions. You also can plant it in container gardens or landscape beds for season-long color. Most varieties can be grown in sun or shade, but often develop more intense coloration in bright light.
Testing Soil Quality by Growing Radishes. If your radishes matured and you harvested a healthy crop, your garden soil is good to go. If your radishes fail to produce a vegetable root but grew a lush, healthy top that means that the soil lacks phosphorous and potassium. Yellow, unhealthy-looking (chlorotic) leaves tell you that iron, sulfur, nitrogen and other trace minerals are lacking in your soil. You will have to amend for these deficiencies as needed.
Ok, you probably have already figured out that we have an undying love for succulents. They are one of the gardening's hottest trends for 2015 after all. Actually, we think they have always been trendy and always will be. How can you not love this little cuties when they are not only adorable, but so easy to grow. Succulents require minimal conditions and minimal care, not to mention they can grow in a really limited space with very little soil which makes them perfect for very small gardens…