Container Gardening Upgrades for a Fresh Spring
While prepping for gardening this spring, go through some of your old pots and containers.
Guest post by Linda Lee Ruzicka
If you’re a gardener, you most likely have some old pots and containers in your garden shed or even your garage. And you probably didn’t get rid of them because you figured you might have a use for them eventually. While prepping for this spring, instead of buying replacements pots and containers, go ... read more
How to Remove Weeds
One of the things that can mar the beauty of a lawn is weeds. They spread across a lawn and dig their roots down into the soil. So, you need to know how to identify and then learn how to remove weeds that are taking over your lawn.
Guest post by Emily Higgins
One of the things that can mar the beauty of a lawn is weeds. They spread across a lawn and dig their roots down into the soil. So, you need to identify them and learn how to remove weeds that are taking over your lawn.
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Should I Seal My Driveway?
Seal coating your driveway is a simple way to fix imperfections, to weatherproof the surface, and to make it look great again. This article will help you to decide whether now is the right time to call a professional to seal your driveway.
Your driveway may have seen better days. Months or years of rain, snow, and driving back and forth can cause numerous imperfections to form on the surface. A simple solution is to have the driveway seal-coated. Sealing a driveway simp... read more
Ditch the Sprinkler with These Water-Efficient Landscaping Ideas
From efficient plants to water-smart landscaping, your lawn can certainly do its part to improve water efficiency.
Ready for a shock? The average US household guzzles down 320 gallons of water a day—that’s about nine full bath tubs’ worth of liquid! And about 30 percent of that gets dumped out straight on the lawn. Conventional water sprinklers are so inefficient that about half of all the water th... read more