Planting Happiness in Your Own Backyard
When you Plant More Plants in your yard, not only do you create a relaxing retreat from today's concrete jungles, but you also make your yard more enjoyable for everyone, including the environment.
By utilizing the simple landscaping techniques described throughout this site, you can take the first steps toward creating your very own natural sanctuary to be enjoyed by you and your family for years to come. Not to mention the positive effects your new greenery will have on the Chesapeake Bay, but more on that later.
Grab a shovel and let's grow some good in your neighborhood.
Let's get started
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let's get our hands dirty,
and the Bay clean
Trees, shrubs and hardy perennials can beautify your home and help reduce runoff. Use plants that are adjusted to local growing conditions. Consider native plants. They are typically more resistant to insects and disease and use less water and fertilizer. That means less maintenance for you!
Here are a few planting pointers you're sure to dig:
grow some good
The easiest way to keep your lawn looking beautiful and your plants healthy is to keep it natural. By matching similar plants with their preferred soil, sunlight, moisture and other requirements, and planting them in natural site conditions, your newly planted landscapes will do a great job of approximating a natural habitat. This ensures that your plants will grow to their potential and keep your yard looking gorgeous and your neighbors jealous.
Here are a few simple tips to get you started:
we're digging change
A healthier Bay means a safer environment for us all to enjoy for years to come.
Today, water quality in the Bay remains extremely poor because of nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment pollution caused by stormwater runoff.
To help change this, the flow of pollution must continue to be reduced. That's why we need to PLANT MORE PLANTS.
The Power of Plants
Improve Water Quality
in the Chesapeake Bay
Welcome to the voice of greener pastures, yards and everything else thriving under the sun. This is the place to grow your imagination and learn from the experts as they provide helpful tips on beautifying your yard with local flora, allow you to share your personal successes and failures