Learn Your Garden’s Microclimates for a Resilient Landscape

Learn Your Garden’s Microclimates for a Resilient Landscape

Reduce your water demand and learn the basis of planting the right plant in the right place, says Falon Mlhallc, a houzz contibutor, planning a sustainable garden begins with understanding microclimates and how they affect plant growth. Microclimates are pockets of space within your home landscape where the temperature and climate can be very different from the ambient temperature and overall climate of your neighborhood. Your yard probably has several microclimates. For example, your landscape may have a place that is windy and exposed with dry soil, as well as a place that’s shady and moist.
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Microclimate Lakefront Slope Landscape Design, Sheldon Landscape Lake Geneva


Microclimate Landscape Design, shade/sun, Sheldon Landscape Lake Geneva, Wisconsin