Fast Growing Trees (With Pictures) – Identification Guide

Fast Growing Trees (With Pictures) - Identification Guide

Fast-growing trees for your garden landscape are ideal for shade and privacy. Planting trees with a fast growth rate means they reach their mature height in a relatively short time. This gives you the opportunity to achieve your landscaping goals sooner. Additionally, fast-growing evergreen trees have the advantage of offering privacy throughout the year.

Types of Palm Trees in Florida (With Pictures and Names) – Identification Guide

Types of Palm Trees in Florida (With Pictures and Names) - Identification Guide

Tropical palm trees are one of the identifying features of the Florida skyline. Several types of palm trees are native to Florida and grow throughout the state. Many Florida palm trees are tall and majestic and grow near beaches, along roads and in parks. There are also some small and dwarf palm trees native to Florida that are ideal for residential garden landscapes.

Top 24 Small or Dwarf Palm Trees with Identification Guide (Pictures and Name)

Small or Dwarf Palm Trees with Identification Guide (Pictures and Name)

Small palm trees are an ideal addition to a garden landscape if you live in warm, sunny climates. However, some types of small palms are also cold hardy. Dwarf palms are classified as palm trees that are under 20 ft. (6 m) tall. Most small palm trees grow from a single trunk, but some have multiple trunks. All small or dwarf palm trees are identified by their feather-like or fan-shaped fronds (leaves).

Types of Palm Trees with Identification Guide (Pictures, and Name): Small, Dwarf, and Tall Palm Tree Varieties

Types of Palm Trees

Palm trees are synonymous with tropical beaches, warm sunny climates, and beautiful landscaped gardens. Palms are recognized by their fan-shaped or feather-like fronds (leaves) and fiber-covered trunks or stems. Most types of palms such as date palms and coconut palms grow in warm countries. However, some species of palms are tolerant of temperate climates and cold temperatures. Some varieties of palm trees can also grow indoors as houseplants.

Yellow Mushrooms: Causes and Solutions

Yellow Mushrooms: Causes and Solutions

Yellow mushrooms in your houseplants, garden, or yard usually indicate overly damp soil. The bright yellow fungi can appear overnight, seemingly from nowhere. These brightly colored yellow growths typically have rounded umbrella-like caps and yellow stems, and grow in clusters in damp potting soil. If you spot these yellow mushrooms in houseplants, you may wonder what they mean.

Types of Red and White Mushrooms (With Pictures) – Identification Guide

Types of Red and White Mushrooms (With Pictures) - Identification Guide

Red and white mushrooms are the most iconic types of mushrooms you will find. Red-capped mushrooms with characteristic white warty spots evoke pictures of enchanted woodlands. However, far from being harmless fungi growing in grassy undergrowth, most red and white mushrooms are poisonous if consumed. Most varieties of red and white mushrooms are in the genera Amanita and Russula.

Mushrooms in Potted Plants (Yellow and White Mushrooms): Causes and Solutions

Mushrooms in Potted Plants (Yellow and White Mushrooms): Causes and Solutions

Finding small yellow mushrooms in potted plants is common. However, you may be worried about the appearance of these yellow stems with caps growing around your houseplants. The tiny yellowish mushrooms typically appear in moist soil when the temperature is warm and humid. But should you be worried if you spot mushrooms in potted plants?

Creeping Thyme Lawn: Types, Advantages and Care

Creeping Thyme Lawn - Types, Advantages and Care

A creeping thyme lawn is an excellent alternative to a traditional lawn. Planting low-growing creeping thyme as a lawn substitute is easier to maintain and requires less watering. Additionally, creeping thyme transforms your yard every summer with a blanket of pink, purple or magenta-red flowers — something a typical lawn can never do. Also, a creeping thyme lawn thrives in full sun and doesn’t suffer sun scorch like traditional turfgrass.

Types of Lawn Mushrooms (With Pictures) – Identification Guide

Types of Lawn Mushrooms (With Pictures) - Identification Guide

Mushrooms growing in lawns are a common sight. Small clusters of white, brown, orange or even red fungi can appear in grass seemingly from nowhere. Most types of lawn mushrooms have a characteristic umbrella-shaped or flat cap on top of a slender stem. Even though many mushroom species prefer shaded areas, lawn mushrooms have the habit of popping up even in sunny yards.

Types of Orange Mushrooms (With Pictures) – Identification Guide

Orange Mushrooms (With Pictures) - Identification Guide

Orange mushrooms growing in your yard or lawn can seem to appear overnight. Bright orange mushrooms are easy to spot growing among blades of grass in dark, shaded areas, or on rotting tree trunks. Species of these orange fruiting bodies can grow in spongy clusters or have cylindrical stems with rounded or flat caps with gills on their underside.