Water and Drainage
On the Green Side
Trees in the Interior
Sometimes you want an indoor plant that is large and stately. Sometimes a space has soaring high ceilings and a small plant just won’t do it. A tree may be just the ticket.
There are only a few plant families that might make the grade. These are plants that can live indoors in Michigan and grow dramatically large.
Ficus benjamina or its varieties such as Wintergreen or Moclame, are called fig trees. These are traditional tropical tree. Available commonly at 6’ to 20’ in height, a standard trunk is topped by a full head of oval or oblong green leaves. Jacqueline is a variegated variety usually only available up to 7’. Ficus prefer high light… Read More
While shade gardens can be a little tricky, there are many options of perennials, shrubs, trees, groundcovers and decor that can make a shady area of the yard a cool retreat. It is important to carefully evaluate your space when planning your shade garden. Take note of how moist or dry your soil is, condition of the soil, whether tree roots are at soil’s surface, and how much light the area receives… Read More
The Mighty Landscape Crew