Fertilizing your lawn just got easier. Grass clipping mulch is the natural way to feed your lawn essential nutrients. Here are eight things you need to know.
Top 5 best mowing practices for maintaining healthy lawns
Best mowing practices will vary based on season, weather conditions, grass species, and how intensely a lawn is managed. Here are some points to consider when setting the course for your mowing path
Spring Lawncare: Prepping for Success In Mid-Atlantic/Northern Regions
Getting off to a great start is easy when you keep a few things in mind. Here are some to-do list items to ease lawns from their slumber and prepare them for the warm days ahead.
A continuous cascade of color
Avoid the garden tragedy of fading blooms as spring wears on. With a little research and planning, colorful flowers can be a constant presence from early spring through late fall.
Boost home value with a well-kept, inviting yard
Buying, selling, or simply looking to enjoy the space you’re in, there are great returns to be had by taking excellent care of outdoor spaces or by adding upgrades to make the area more welcoming.
Add a touch of scent with herbs
In pots, amongst regular landscaping, or in their own special scent gardens, herbs can delight the nose. Herbs equate to cooking for many. But this article will keep to herbs enjoyed for their aromatic and aesthetic appeal in landscaping.
Prepping for and throwing a great backyard party
Backyards stand witness to many family milestones. What better place to celebrate a graduation. Here are some tips to help prepare your outdoor space and create an environment the guests and guest of honor will appreciate.
Cut no more than 1/3 of the grass blade
“The Golden Rule of Mowing” is to cut no more than 1/3 of the grass blade at one time, this promotes deep root growth. Grass that is cut too short may kill grass and let weeds grow too easily.
Roll out a fragrant welcome for bees
The plight of the bees has been a growing concern for everyone who eats. Creating pollinator gardens or even just adding pollinator friendly plants to landscaping or in the vegetable garden can help keep things buzzing along.