Dharmapuri Residence by Locus Architects

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Preeti Singh added this to Read This Before You Buy New Plants17 September 2019

2. Avoid impulse buysIt can be easy to fall in love with the vibrant blooming plant prominently displayed at the nursery and then buy it without knowing where it will go in the garden or even if it will do well in your climate. This can result in a plant that has a decreased chance of survival. Sadly, it isn’t uncommon for some large chain stores to sell plants that are ill-suited to the particular climate they are located in. Your best bet is to walk on by that pretty plant, unless you have time to do a little research. Before you buy, work with a landscape designer who has local plant knowledge or contact your local cooperative extension office and ask to speak with a Master Gardener who can provide you with helpful information.3. Read the labelMost plants come with their own instruction manual in the form of a plant tag. Types of information that you can find on the tag include the name of the plant, how big it will grow, when it will bloom, what exposure it needs and its water requirements. All of the plant’s information isn’t always listed on its tag, but with the name, you can do a little online research on your own.Need help choosing plants for your yard? Find a landscape architects and contractors on Houzz

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Clayton Lillienfeldt added this to Clayton's Ideas29 July 2020

Outdoor water and mediation area linked into the Garden

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