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Tips & Tricks: Light Forests and Groves

Tips & Tricks: Light Forests and Groves

The trees most suitable for groves are the ones with a bare trunk, such as the forest oak and forest pine – they allow you to see further into the forest. You can either place them in such a way so that the shade under them is continuous, or you can leave some room for sunspots in between. more..

Tips & Tricks: A Cottage in the Greenery

Tips & Tricks: A Cottage in the Greenery

Your garden cottage will look more inviting if it is huddled amongst tree branches and flowers! Place some more..

Tips & Tricks: Under the Trees

Tips & Tricks: Under the Trees

It rarely happens that the grass under a tree is the same as around it. The lack of light causes the grass to turn yellow, disappear altogether, or give way to crawlers. A tree will feel better anchored if the surface under it is not the same as around it.  Click on the thumbnail for more examples. more..

Tips & Tricks: Tree Bouquets

Tips & Tricks: Tree Bouquets

While solitary trees appear strong and outstanding, most trees are like most of us: they prefer company. Try arranging trees together in picturesque groups which you might think of as bouquets. Or, you can imagine they are hugging each other!  more..