Replanting plants is quite a complex activity. This is especially true for conifers because they are more sensitive to disturbing roots.
Blue spruce is a desirable element in the landscape design of many homesteads. Very often there are difficulties because of the large size of this plant.
Very often the medium in which the plant grows is the cause of problems with the root system. So you need to be aware of this in order to avoid trouble.
Feeding plants is a good practice in ornamental gardening. Using mineral and organic fertilizers you can get excellent results, the main thing is to know how to do it correctly.
The amount of water a plant consumes may vary depending on many factors. Mistakes in this matter can lead to trouble.
The sun is the source of life for all plants on earth. However, not all plants are affected by the sun in the same way. Some plants can tolerate the sun in the desert all day, while others spend their entire lives in a dark place.
The beautiful needles of the Blue Spruce are not only the object of desire for many homeowners but also a target for various parasitic organisms.
Proper planting is the key to the successful development of the tree. At the same time, mistakes in this matter can even lead to its loss.
The small plants are very cute and easy to keep in a small area. But very often compact varieties are more prone to diseases and other troubles. This is what this article will discuss.
The small plants are very cute and this is especially true of the conifers. But even if a plant is considered a dwarf, it’s not always a dwarf. Very often dwarfs grow to quite large sizes and today you will learn what to do about it.
In the process of growing plants, there are always some problems and all gardeners face these problems all the time. Today we will look at one of the most common problems.
Water is the basis for the development of all living organisms, including plants. Lack or overabundance of water can cause serious plant problems.
In this article, I continue to talk about Dwarf Alberta Spruce, namely the proper substrate. I hope this information will be useful to you and that your spruce will be healthy and beautiful.
Dwarf Alberta Spruce grow into a very attractive tree but does take a lot of patience for it to get to full size. Dwarf Alberta Spruce do need full sun. They can grow OK in partial shade but full sun is preferred. In very hot climates at the upper end of the recommended zones plant …
The lack of broad foliage makes conifers very interesting to look at. But with them, as with other trees, problems can arise.
Dwarf Alberta Spruce is a very attractive tree and unlike other conifers, they don’t grow extremely large when fully grown.
Planting is not a complicated activity, but after a while, you can notice the mistakes you might have made. Today I will tell you how to make changes in the garden correctly.
Dwarf conifers are very prone to various problems. Today I’m going to talk about one of those troubles.
Winter is a real challenge for plants because conditions during this time are very harsh. Today we will look at what to do to make the plant survive the winter better.
Plants are living beings that have learned to extract everything they need from their environment. But if you want to achieve great results you can help your plant a little.
In my opinion, due to their needles, conifers are one of the most unusual and ornamental plants that are widespread in horticulture. Today we will look at two popular spruces – Norway spruce and the Black Hills spruce. These are quite different plants, and let’s find out what their differences are.
Among conifers, Blue spruce and Norway spruce are the most famous and popular. And this is not surprising because, due to their characteristics, they differ from most plants.
A huge number of homeowners choose blue spruce for their gardens. In fact, this plant looks fantastic; some of the best varieties are Baby Blue Spruce and Fat Albert.
The origin of this plant is very interesting it was found by Alfred Rehder and J.G. Jack in Alberta, Canada as a natural seedling of very small size. The Latin name for this plant is Picea glauca Conica. Annual growth does not exceed 2-3 inches, which makes it very popular, especially for compact gardens. This …
Spring is coming, and the plants are gradually coming to life. Now is the time to start pruning plants. I know that many of you have a problem with blue spruce trees. These vigorous plants quickly occupy a large area in your yard.
The root system is an essential part of any plant. If a tree loses a branch, it will easily survive, but there can be severe consequences if its roots are damaged. Today we will talk about the root system of Dwarf Alberta Spruce, its shape, depth, and other features. We also touch on the topics …
Today I was walking in the garden and inspecting my plants, and they are so excellent even in winter! I can’t wait for spring to see their new growth.