Category: Lawn and Garden

July 16, 2021
How To Kill Crabgrass Naturally

Regardless of whether you’re new to gardening or you’ve been doing it for years, you know the enemy of a good garden is weeds. Crabgrass is an annual weed that tends to pop up more frequently in the hotter months as they thrive in temperatures above 80 degrees Fahrenheit. In this article, we’ll be going […]

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March 3, 2021
How to Grow the Perfect Garden: The Ultimate Guide

Introduction  Looking to get into a new hobby with plenty of rewards? Gardening is a fantastic choice. Gardening can be incredibly therapeutic, allowing you to enjoy the outdoors and having the knowledge that at the end of the season, you’ll have yummy fruits and vegetables that you can enjoy.  Gardening is getting increasingly more popular […]

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January 19, 2021
Best Residential Sprinkler System

We all want to take pride in our gardens, don’t we? It’s the luscious lawns that are the rival of our street we want, rather than the patchy brown grass we all fear.  Some of us are not blessed with frequent rainfall and need to rely on sprinkler systems to ensure hydration for our grass. […]

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December 15, 2020
When To Start Your Garden: 2021 Planting Calendar

Introduction: Timing Is Everything An outdoor space that’s packed with colorful, vibrant flowers and delicious homegrown produce all summer long is every gardener’s dream. However, getting your garden to this state of nirvana takes a lot of patience, care, and, most importantly, it needs to be planned well in advance.  The best way to get […]

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December 8, 2020
Best Soaker Hose

Worried about your flower beds and veg patch not getting enough water throughout the day? A soaker hose will be a fantastic way to tackle the issue. Simply hook the hose up to your outside spigot, cover it with mulch in your flower beds or veg patch, then set it to run. You can rest […]

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November 7, 2020
Best Rooting Hormone

For many gardeners, their plants are the outcome of months of hard work. However, if you have tried to propagate your cuttings you are likely to have fallen victim to them drooping rather than growing into beautifully flourished plants. This is where the use of a rooting hormone is going to help.  A rooting hormone […]

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November 7, 2020
Can You Mow in the Rain?

To a lot of people mowing the lawn can be considered a chore that they don’t particularly want to spend their free time doing. So, you put it off for days and weeks until the grass is so overgrown that you’re struggling to see any resemblance of a path.  ‘Right, that’s it!’ - you think, […]

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November 7, 2020
How to Get Cats to Stop Eating Plants

Do you have a pesky (but cute) neighborhood cat that is always snacking on your prized plants? Maybe it is your own cat who can’t resist a chomp! Or maybe you just suspect a cat is doing it but you’ve never caught them in the act. Whatever the issue, cats eating your plants is a […]

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November 7, 2020
How to Fix Overfertilized Lawn

Introduction Have you noticed your lawn looking a little bit sad lately? Are there brown patches appearing, even though you’ve tended it over and over again to make sure that it’s thriving? Well, there could be several reasons why this is happening. If you are noticing large patches of your grass have gone brown despite […]

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October 11, 2020
Lady Banks' Rose

There are at least 2 cultivars of the Lady Banks rose: white-flowered Rosa banksiae 'Alba Plena' and the yellow 'Lutea'. Both are large climbing roses that bloom heavily once a year in spring. Origin of Lady Banks' Rose The Lady Banks' climbing rose is a species rose which originated in Scotland. It made its way to the […]

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