Polemonium caeruleum po-le-MOH-ne-um, see-ROO-lee-um is a perennial flowering plant species from the family Polemoniaceae. Other plants in the family include annual Phlox and Cobaea scandens.Native to temperate regions of Europe and Asia where it is mainly seen growing in damp woodlands, grasslands, and meadows.
Chionodoxa forbesii kye-oh-no-DOKS-uh, FORBZ-ee-eye is an early bloomer with a showy carpet of soft violet-blue flowers from the Asparagaceae family.Easily grown in full sun to partial shade, Chionodoxa forbesii comes from the mountainsides in southwestern Turkey.Commonly called glory-of-the-snow, it’s a relatively easy plant to cultivate and may come back year after year.
Trees do not need to be large towering specimens covering a yard. There are many trees which are beautiful but need the right location.Planting the wrong tree can lead to many problems over the years. From the mess they can produce, fruit that stains, root systems that can get into sewer lines and root systems that can destroy concrete walkways.
Let me ask… Would you like to have a hummingbird garden? Do you love to watch hummingbirds feeding in a frenzy? Would you like to learn How To attract more of them to your garden?Find out how you can make your backyard become a hummingbird hangout.Start With A Hummingbird Garden PlanIn order to attract hummingbirds to your backyard you need to offer them some hummingbird hospitality.
Over time and with many miles, the windshield on any car will become dirty and blurry; using these techniques can solve all those problems.The first thing to do is to get Rain-x, invisible glass, and some old rags. Rain-x seems like best product for outside windshield to remove all the dirt and grime that has gathered up.
Everyone gets annoyed by mosquitos, also known as ”Flying Teeth” during the summer.However, there is a do it yourself project that will help you get rid of these pesky bugs so that you can enjoy your outdoors time.It is called an ovitrap and it is made with a plastic bottle and old water!Gather some spray paint, window screens, glue and tape and you are ready to make this anti-mosquito device that will save your family’s picnic!