Predominantly red and white flowers are displayed from spring through to autumn, but also during this period the plant may throw with pure white or pure red flowers. Literally, it can be seen flowering in gravel driveways, along the edges of fields, and coming up beautifully along the roadside.
Except that harvesting it along the roadside is a little risky, and this kind of wild chamomile is not only bitter, it can be dangerous. Still, I grow it for it’s calming effects, to use in Dream Pillows and to combine it with other herbs for tea. If you leave a few on the plant, you just might find your annual herb has reseeded itself the following spring.
Collard greens are a cool season vegetable and are often planted in late summer to early autumn for winter harvest in the south. Collards are frost tolerant, so growing collard greens in USDA growing zones 6 and below is an ideal late season crop.
Pests of growing collard greens are similar to those of other members of the cabbage family.
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My Chamomile didn’t do as well this year because we also had so much rain, but I got enough. The greens are included in the traditional New Year’s meal in many areas of the South and are a great source of vitamins C and Beta Carotene, as well as fiber. In more northern areas, collards may be planted a little earlier for fall or winter harvest.
While 60 to 75 days is an average harvest time for growing collard greens to reach maturity, the leaves can be picked at any time they are of edible size from the bottom of the large, inedible stalks. Aphids may congregate on new succulent growth and cabbage loopers may eat holes in the leaves.
If planted at the right time, growing collard greens will be an easy and worthwhile gardening experience.
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Collard greens planting may also be done in early spring for a summer harvest, but adequate moisture is necessary for collards greens growing successfully in summer heat.
Plant seeds in rows at least 3 feet apart, as growing collard greens get large and need room to grow. Be Design SmartThe first step to creating a little to no maintenance garden is thoughtful planning. You don’t need to aim for perfection; but being design smart can save you hours of work down the track. The general rule of thumb is to follow the basic design strategies – maximise your space, minimise pest insects, enhance beauty and boost your crop’s produce (if you’re after an edible garden).For smaller gardens, be design smart by utilising vertical space as much as possible. You can use stackable or hanging pots for easy watering and maintaining, and this will help to open the space up by keeping things simple.
Container gardens can be ideal to avoid managing a bigger area and area great for harvesting fresh herbs or salad greens. 2. But whilst the appeal of  the natural beauty looks absolutely  stunning, it can be a headache in terms of  upkeep to ensure it looks well-maintained. Utilising composite materials within your outdoor space will enhance the visual aspects of your garden, without any effort in keeping in looking good.3. Choose the Right PlantsThere’s nothing worse than a garden with blooms that are shrivelling up and dying.
And you sure as hell don’t want to spend too much time attending to everything to keep them alive! For those that aren’t into the whole gardening scene, low maintenance plants like succulents are ideal to brighten up your space and can cope in challenging soil and direct sunlight. They come in a huge variety of colours, shapes and textures too which will add levels and dynamics to your outdoor space.For a low maintenance garden, it’s best to limit the about of planted areas in the space.
You’ll still want a few garden beds in, but keep them around the border of the garden and replace other areas with paving and artificial lawn.
Try to stick between 5-10 different plant varieties, depending on the size of your outdoor area, to avoid needing to care for too many types.4. Create Paths with Imprinted Concrete and StoneBy creating pathways through the garden, you’ll cut down on plant and grass maintenance areas and add visual dynamics to the space. Using imprinted concrete or landscaping stone for pathways will help to avoid weeds coming through that will need to be sprayed or pulled out.Imprinted concentrate comes in different stunning designs that can be utilised to add character to your space.


Outdoor landscaping looks fantastic with the right stone work too, but can work out costlier than concrete.
Natural stones like bluestone are very versatile for outdoor living, or for a less expensive option consider a crushed stone like white or pea stone.5. Use the Greener Option – Artificial GrassIf you are opting for a low maintenance garden, then you’ll need to forget about having the perfect lawn. Instead, get your green perfection through artificial grass so you don’t have to spend time watering, mowing and maintaining it. This will still require a lot of sun and well-drained soil to be effective though, and will need to be mowed to maintain.Minimise any non-artificial grass you use by creatively using groundcovers and flower beds. This will eliminate the need for fertiliser, aerating, moving and other tasks needed to upkeep a healthy lawn. The grass clippings can also be used to put back into the soil to provide vital organic matter to keep it looking lush.This article is written by Jayde Ferguson, who writes for NewTechWood Australia – a pioneer in the development and manufacture of outdoor composite wood decking, fencing, wall cladding, screening and more. You can catch Jayde on Google+.AboutLatest Posts Lana Jane FoxLana Jane Fox is a young, aspiring housewife, currently living in North Melbourne. At present her primary job is to be a good wife and a helpmeet to her husband and only after that she describes herself as a marketing executive and a blogger. When she is not knitting, cleaning, cooking, or experimenting with DIY projects, Lana is planning her next road trip, or spends precious time with her husband.
She dreams of having a baby boy, a Welsh Corgi dog and a house with a fireplace and a garden where she can grow organic food. However, as the years go by, it started to grow on me and when I married I decided to come clean! At present more than anything else I want to debunk the "Desperate Housewives" myth!Peek into my marriage and witness my journey to cleanliness, happiness and harmony.



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