Thursday, 19 May 2016
Having a well-pruned topiary in your garden can add grace and exquisiteness to your landscaping. However, if you are not a professional or hobbyist gardener, you might find maintaining the topiary a daunting task. Thus, it’s a smart move to seek help from a professional gardener or florist to create a topiary in Houston for your garden. Before you seek their help, however, here are some steps you’ll need to take first. Choosing the Plants First and foremost, you need to select the plants that will be part of the topiary. It is recommended to start with small shrubs of English Ivy, Boston Ivy, or periwinkle, since you will easily be able to mold it during its growth period. Adding Frames Not every topiary requires a frame, but it is completely up to you whether or not you want to add a frame to your topiary. Frames are actually good since they allow the shrubs to grow in a certain direction and will indicate when the shrubs need pruning.
Tuesday, 3 May 2016
Since time immemorial, children have been gifting their moms flowers for Mother's Day. Flowers from a topiary or flower shop are a fitting choice because motherhood is closely linked with springtime and plants and because flowers radiate beauty and purity. As you weigh varying gift options, think about giving your mom one or more of the following flowers for Mother's Day in Houston this year. Roses Roses were sacred to the Greek goddess Isis, who is viewed as an optimal mother figure. They are also used to represent the Virgin Mary. Yellow and pink are two popular rose colors for Mother's Day. Yellow roses stand for friendship and devotion while light pink roses stand for joy, medium pink for grace, and dark pink for gratitude.