How do you take care of garden snails?

If you’re looking to care for garden snails, a low maintenance pet, it’s important to provide them with a suitable habitat and a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Additionally, maintain proper temperature and humidity levels, and handle the snails gently. Follow these simple steps to create a healthy and comfortable environment for your garden snails.

Vinca Minor

Small vinca plants—also known as ocean periwinkle or creeping myrtle—are beautiful purple flowering plants that can make an excellent ground cover for your garden with minimal maintenance. The plant is a member of the dogbane family and native to parts of Europe, Asia and Turkey. Vinca Minor is considered a …

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Juniper Tree

Bonsai is the ancient Japanese art form of growing ornamental miniature or artificially dwarfed trees in containers using cultivation techniques to mimic the shape and scale of full-sized trees. Juniper bonsai trees are an ideal specimen of a bonsai. Loved for being low-maintenance and easy to form, juniper bonsai is …

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With dozens of species and more cultivars, hydrangeas (Hydrangea spp.) have been a popular ornamental garden plant for decades with flowers that come in a wide range of colors, including white and many shades of blue, pink, maroon, red, and even pale green. Some of the hydrangeas have large, round …

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Fountain Grass

Fountain grass (Pennisetum) is a hill-forming ornamental grass and a garden favorite, as fountain grass is easy to care for. The cascading leaves on this plant having a fountain-like appearance. Lump-forming herbs grow in hills or clumps, making them ideal for too many areas without becoming invasive. It can be …

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A true sign of the spring, Forsythia is one of first shrubs to bloom, providing a burst of color when gardeners need it most. The bright yellow flowers often blossom even when snow is still on the ground. This versatile plant can be used in too many ways, from a …

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