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Garden Plants for Special Needs and Problem Areas - Gardening
Plants for Special Needs and Problem Areas. There are plants that will grow in your garden, no matter what your growing conditions. Good garden design ...
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Garden makeovers - Dealing with Site Problems
When making over a garden that has become overgrown or simply unsuitable for its site, certain problem areas need to be addressed, like shade, tall trees, ...
http://gardening.about.com/od/gardendesign/a/ReEngineer_2.htm
Landscape Solutions for Problem Areas - Landscaping - About.com
Problem areas call for landscape solutions, including rock garden design, which is an attractive, practical solution where landscaping often fails.
http://landscaping.about.com/cs/rockgardens1/a/land_solutions.htm
Easy Solutions to Landscaping Problems - About.com
This piece takes a different approach from that above: not learning from others' mistakes, but learning how to work with the problem areas plaguing your ...
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Easy Flowers and Soil Solutions for Garden Problem Areas
Combat problem areas in your flowerbeds with soil amendments and tough flowering plants.
http://flowers.about.com/od/Flower-Gardening/a/Solutions-For-Flower-Garden-Problem-Areas.htm
Plants for Wet Areas - Landscaping
Use plants for wet areas as a solution to drainage problems. Vegetation (native plants are often a great choice) has the advantage of offering good looks.
http://landscaping.about.com/cs/lazylandscaping/a/wet_area_plants.htm
Restaurant Design Problem Areas-- all about how to deal with ...
In the real world, you often get stuck with a closet sized kitchen, tiny stove and no prep area. Great restaurant locations often have this problem. Older buildings ...
http://restaurants.about.com/od/restaurantdesign/a/Restaurant-Design-Problems.htm
Standing Water in Yards and Water Runoff - Landscaping - About.com
Plants will not solve your problem with standing water if it's really serious (as in ... grow lawn there, your solution may be to grow plants tolerant of wet areas.
http://landscaping.about.com/od/excessivewetnessrunoff/
Plants for Shady Areas - Top Picks for Gardens in Low Light
A common problem in landscaping is trying to find plants for shady areas. Know plants' growing requirements before using them in shade gardens.
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The Five Most Common Problem Areas of a Roof System - Roofing
Although a roof system can suffer a multitude of issues, here are the five most common problems a roof is susceptible to.
http://roofing.about.com/od/Roofing-Construction-Basics/a/The-Five-Most-Common-Problem-Areas-Of-A-Roof-System.htm
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