By Chloe Beatrice. Garden. Published at Thursday, September 28th, 2017 - 17:45:25 PM.
Sometimes your lawn needs a good feeding to help it look and feel its best. Not everyone uses lawn feed on their grass, but if you’re looking to improve your curb appeal, it's a pretty good choice. Some lawn feeds incorporate weed and moss killer, while others just focus on giving the grass the nutrients it needs to grow thick and luscious. If you’re having a severe problem with weeds or moss, the latter may be a better choice, but make sure to read the instructions on its label carefully when applying it.
You'll only want to take cuttings from trees and plants that are vigorous and healthy. The healthier your trees are, the better they’ll be able to handle your taking cuttings from them and the stronger the cuttings will be. Also, make sure the trees have gone dormant — that is, make sure you're doing this between early autumn and late winter and that all of the leaves have fallen from them.
If you choose to opt for a lower-moisture terrarium with an open lid, you can use air plants to accent a succulent or two (though these plants will require some moisture). Air plants will also allow you to make your terrarium multi-tiered, with soil-dependent plants in one section and air plants adorning another. Create your own work of art with a terrarium scene that includes air plants.
Having grass seed on hand can be helpful for a few reasons. For instance, you never know when you may have to add a little grass seed to a patch of bare soil on your lawn. Just rough up the ground a little and lay it down. Water it thoroughly and cover it with a bit of straw to protect it from hungry birds. It can be also helpful to buy seed varieties that fit your lawn's needs, especially if you happen to have a lawn that gets a lot of shade during the day.
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