How To Turn Your Garden Into A Winter Grove

How To Turn Your Garden Into A Winter Grove

Want a green garden this winter? There are plants that can create a real grove even in the cool season of the year. The plants you can use are Nandina domestica, Cornus mindwinter fire, Mahonia charity and Hellebore. Take one type of these or all of them, take the piece out of the container, spread the root ball and cut it if needed to spread the roots. Make a hole two times bigger than the root ball, put some drainage on the bottom. Add a mix of garden soil and some amendments – the winter is cold,a nd your plants need to grow somehow. Place the plant and add as much mixture as you need. Water thorougly and enjoy your winter garden!

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