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Garden Maintenance

Winter Composting: Yes, That’s Right

One of the last things you may be thinking of right now is your compost pile.

Yard and Garden

Leaf Blower Best Practices

Tweet Sure, throughout the winter you may find yourself picking up fallen branches and raking stubborn leaves, but come Thanksgiving your yard should be in for a long winter’s rest.

Home Decor

4 Festive Autumn Home Decor Tips

Tweet Chances are you have been thinking about autumn decor and what seasonal decorations should grace your home. We’ll add a few ideas of our own including tips from some

Yard and Garden

Fall Clean Up: Tackling Leaves

Tweet In dry years, your trees may change color early and begin to drop their leaves in August. Its your trees’ stress reaction to abnormally low rates of precipitation, a

Yard and Garden

How to Speed Up the Composting Process

Your compost pile is well stocked and is regularly replenished with kitchen scraps, lawn cuttings and ground up leaves. But there is one problem: you don’t have enough composted material ready to supply your extensive garden footprint through the summer.

Yard and Garden

Smart Tips for Eliminating Ticks in Your Yard

Warmer weather has people spending more time outside, soaking up the sun, tending gardens and enjoying wide-open playtime. That increased time spent outdoors also puts people at greater risk of encountering ticks, tiny arachnids that inhabit woody areas, brushy fields and can be found close to your home.

Yard and Garden

Trees, Autumn Leaves & Disease Prevention

Tweet Fall is the perfect season for assessing the health of your trees. As leaves turn color and fall, you’ll have the opportunity to inspect the leaves from each tree

Landscaping

7 Lawn Mower Care Tips

Tweet As fall winds down, you’ll be making your last few passes across your lawn until next spring. Fallen leaves may now be a factor, which means you can either

Garden Maintenance

The Art and Science of Composting

Tweet A simple way to improve your lawn and gardens. The visual appeal of your home is greatly enhanced when the yard portion of your property looks sharp, which also