Losing a tree can be an emotional experience, it’s tough to let them go. But you don’t have to. Their sturdy bases and branches can be fashioned into keepsake items to continue their lives with the family.
The namesake hum of their wings can be enjoyed regularly if a flower garden is planned with their comfort in mind. Here are some tips to bring hummingbirds calling.
There are many aromatic and flavorful herbs to choose from, but the perfect garden herb may very well be basil. Here’s a few tips on an easy-to-grow, compact, garden favorite.
The backyard is home to many memories worthy of reaching for the camera or smartphone. Here are a few tips to help improve the odds of capturing a photo worthy of printing and display.
Lost in the seas of modern yard games, Croquet is a treasure waiting to be rediscovered by the masses. Despite its sedate appearance, croquet can be a spirited and challenging game enjoyed by all ages.
When one plants a tree, they enter an epic long-term relationship. Making the right choice is critical. Doris Taylor, Plant Clinic manager for Chicago’s Morton’s Arboretum offers tips for picking “that tree”.
Wet conditions can cause grass clumping and excessive buildup on the mower deck underside, leaving you with a poor quality cut.
It’s best to water your grass in the morning. If you water in the evening, droplets can cling to the grass and promote fungus overnight.
For a more consistent, smooth cut fill in any divots or uneven terrain in your yard.