Putting green image by PM Photo from Fotolia.comGrass choices for golf greens are crucial because the type of grass will inevitably affect the way the golf ball spins, as well as its direction and distance. Grass types are also narrowed down for golf greens according to the climate in which the golf course is located.
Family: Solanaceae Species: Solanum tuberosum L. French: pomme de terre; English: potato; Spanish: potato; German: Kartoffel.Origin and diffusion Potato is native to the Andean regions of central and southern America. It was introduced in Europe after the discovery of America, first as a botanical curiosity and then as a food plant.
Tomato 2 image by Adam Borkowski from Fotolia.comThe tomato plant (Solanum lycopersicum) is a common element in many backyard gardens and can create an abundant harvest of crimson fruit that& 39;s perfect for salads, soups and other dishes. With proper watering, feeding and general care, you can help improve the fruit yield of your tomato plant to boost your garden& 39;s productivity and get more out of each of your plants.
Plum tree in full bloom image by jacinda richman from Fotolia.comThe black plum tree is a stone fruit variety that can be propagated through seed collection. Plant the seed outdoors in the late fall for a natural stratification or stratify the seed indoors and plant in containers the following spring.
Dogwood image by rebekah gonzalez from Fotolia.comOne of the American Southeast& 39;s most beautiful native trees, there are challenges to growing flowering dogwoods (Cornus florida) in the Piedmont of North Carolina, the region from the Blue Ridge Mountains eastward to the Fall Line on the Atlantic Coastal Plain.
Greenery planter image by Charlene Bayerle from Fotolia.comBugs in flower pots provide an annoyance to the home gardener. Often water pools in the drainage tray and, paired with a collection of foliage debris, this creates the perfect home for these basically harmless pests. In most cases, these bugs won& 39;t ruin flowers, but they might munch on container garden vegetables.