Gardening is not only an excellent way to relax, get back in touch with the environment and add in a decent workout; it’s also a rewarding hobby. Working in the garden keeps your yard fresh…Share with your friends! Read More
Poor soil? No soil? Do you have a hard time bending down or over to garden? If any of these affect you, then straw bale gardening is a fantastic gardening alternative! Straw bale gardening uses…Share with your friends!
Want to eliminate garden weeds in your garden this year? And for years to come? As crazy as it may sound – stop working so hard! Believe it or not, many of the weeds gardeners deal with…Share with your friends!
Houseplants can help de-stress and bring joy to your home For some reason, plants always caught my eye whether in public or in someone’s home. I love rearranging my plants, rotating them towards the sun,…Share with your friends!
When two neighbors’ dogs “fell in love,” their humans built them a swinging door so they could “hang out” whenever they want Shortly after they were adopted into their new homes next door to each…Share with your friends!
Scrolling through Pinterest, I happened to see a pin featuring a topiary – it was a super cute Succulent Turtle! Unfortunately it was a dead-end pin, but it was so adorable that I felt like…Share with your friends!
Having well draining soil is crucial for succulents. In this post you’ll learn the perfect succulent soil recipe. I do most of my succulent gardening in containers, both indoors and outdoors, rather than in the ground. Selecting…Share with your friends!
Areas of standing water or soggy soils in lawns equals the death of turfgrasses, such as, fescue (Festuca). Overwatering is one of the more common causes of plant problem. Heavy and poorly drained soils are…Share with your friends!
Want to take your commitment to local foods to the next level? Look no further than your own trash can or compost bin. While many people think of food scraps—such as carrot tops, onion bottoms,…Share with your friends!
A massive web of hair-like mushroom roots transmit secret messages between trees, triggering them to share nutrients and water with those in need. Like humans, trees are extremely social creatures, utterly dependent on each other…Share with your friends!