March is a great time to dig into our gardens and landscapes. How are our “gardens” and “landscapes” similar? Both equally entail soil, water and vegetation. Equally aid the biodiversity of insects and wildlife. The two can profit from our stewardship.
We frequently believe of gardens as prepared and tended regions to mature greens, flowers, shrubs, and trees. Landscapes, on the other hand, may possibly be larger sized normal regions and viewscapes that are prepared and unplanned, non-public and general public, tended and untended.