Vertical gardening is perfect for growing veggies, such as peas and pole beans, that naturally want to climb. But they need your support.
Succulents, clustered together into a ball, make a striking living arrangement. Succulents come in many unique shapes, colors, textures and sizes and can add drama and interest to the décor of any room.
Building an in-ground fountain can be daunting. Skip the digging, and instead, create an easy container fountain with this simple step-by-step.
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About the Lower South Region
The Lower South stretches from coastal Virginia down to central Georgia and across to central Texas. The Lower South has sizzling, lengthy and very humid summers paired with mild winters and a short spring and fall. Summer temperatures range between 90-100°F while the winter varies from 36-70°F, with brief cold temperatures in the low 20s°F. Rainfall averages 40-50 inches annually, but western central Texas may only get 24 inches. Soil typically has a pH under 6, meaning it’s acidic, and it’s sandy, loamy, and in Texas, may be clay.
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