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Creeping thyme (thymus serpyllum)

Creeping thyme lawn: How to replace a lawn with creeping thyme

Creeping thyme is a low-growing, spreading plant often used as a ground cover. The plant has downy, gray-green leaves and small, fragrant flowers that range in color from white to pink. Creeping thyme is native to Europe and Asia, but it can also be found growing in other parts of the world. The plant prefers full sun and well-drained soil and is relatively drought tolerant. Creeping thyme can be propagated by seed or cuttings, and it is often used in rock gardens or as a border plant. Additionally, the leaves of the plant can be used to add flavor to food or as a decoration.

Hosta "Lunar Orbit" 2019-5-24

Growing & caring for hostas

Hostas are perennial plants, meaning they live for more than two years. The most common type of hosta is the genus Hosta, which is native to northeast Asia. Hostas were introduced to Europe in the early 19th century and became popular as ornamental plants in the mid-20th century. Today, they are widely cultivated worldwide and popular for home gardens. There are more than 3,000 species of hosta, with new hybrids being created every year. Hostas come in various shapes and sizes; their leaves can be variegated or solid-colored. They typically bloom in the summer, producing clusters of white or lavender flowers.

Mung Bean Field

Mung bean plants: How to plant mung beans successfully

Mung beans are a type of legume that is native to Asia. They are small, green, and oval-shaped and have a sweet taste. Mung beans are often used in soups and stews, and vegetarian dishes. In addition to their culinary uses, mung beans have a long history of traditional medicinal use. In Chinese medicine, they are used to treat various conditions, including fatigue, anxiety, and digestive problems. Mung beans are also a good protein, fiber, and vitamins.

John Deere riding mower

Riding mowers: What you can do with a lawn tractor vs a lawn mower

Riding lawn mowers can be an excellent investment for homeowners with large lawns. They are more expensive than push mowers, but they can save a lot of time and effort, especially if you have a lot of ground to cover. Riding mowers also tend to be more powerful than their push counterparts, making them better suited for dealing with tough grass and weeds. If you have the budget, a riding mower can be a great addition to your lawn care arsenal. However, if you have a small lawn or live in an urban area, a riding mower may not be worth the extra cost. Ultimately, whether or not to buy a riding mower depends on your individual needs and situation.