DIY Lawn Care
Do you care for your lawn? Do you believe that you have the knowledge it takes to perform DIY lawn care? An online...
Letting Your Lawn Go Dormant
We may be in the early weeks of spring, but summer is closing in. If you live in a segment of the country in which...
Is Sand Good For Lawns?
Spring is usually a good time to repair problems with your lawn and it is not uncommon for the dad in the family to be...
Snow And Your Lawn
Here we go again. The weather is changing and with it comes snow, ice, and cold winds. Is snow and ice bad for your...
Ridding Pests Without Harmful Chemicals
Off and on through the years, we have discussed how homeowners have been preventing bugs from invading their...
Ground Cover Ivy
If you are looking for a groundcover that does well in shaded areas, you may want to consider growing ivy. However, the...
10 Plants That Rid Your Property of Bugs
In previous articles, I have discussed how to repel bugs using homemade sprays. If you don’t want to take the time to...
Staking, Training, and Pruning a Tree
In a previous article about selecting and planting a tree, I discussed what to look out for when choosing a tree from a...
Vines
A gardener who wishes to add height to the look of their garden may want to research vines. This foliage grows and is...
Ways to prevent lawn mower pollution
Lawn mowing may seem to have little to do with air pollution. However, according to the American Chemical Society...