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Garden Plants

Smart Tips For Tree Planting

Tweet There are some matters to consider when selecting a tree including the type of tree and where you will plant it. The Right Tree What type of tree is

Garden Plants

Growing Tomatoes: Tips and Tricks

Tweet The prized tomato, often referred as a fruit, gets planted later with far northern gardens getting this nightshade favorite by the first of June. Tomatoes are rich in nutrients

Garden Plants

Urban Gardening and Raised Beds

Tweet Certainly, patio gardening and container gardening are options, but for those that insist on having direct contact with ground soil, the dedicated space may not seem like enough. Fortunately,

Garden Maintenance

You Can Trim Your Garden With Pine Needles

Tweet That new purpose is as garden mulch, providing a layer of plant protection that will also conserve and evenly distribute water including rain. Even if pine needles are unavailable

Garden Maintenance

Your Summer Composting Project

Summer home projects should be easy, reflecting the slower pace of life we all prefer to take on most sunny, sultry afternoons. Nevertheless, yard care never ceases unless you’re in a severe drought and your lawn has turned dormant.

Yard and Garden

You Can Winterize Your Garden

Tweet As long as the ground hasn’t frozen, you can still winterize your garden. From early autumn in most northernly locations to almost winter in the deep south, you can

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

Garden Plants

Select the Best Trees for Your Yard

Tweet The type of tree to add to your property depends on several factors including your location, soil and your personal tolerance for debris. Cost is another factor and becomes

Landscaping

Green Landscaping the Smart Way

Tweet Seasonal Plantings Winter and summer are not then best seasons for installing new greenery, but spring and fall are. Summer’s heat and the threat of killing winter frosts can