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Tools to Make Leaf Clean Up Easier and Affordable

The problem with hiring a landscaper to do your fall leaf cleanup isn’t necessarily the $250 to $500-plus price tag, it’s that this is not a once-a-season job. In many regions of the country, autumn lasts weeks and weeks, so it takes a handful of cleanups to keep your property neat and tidy. (This is…

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19 Fall Garden Ideas, Project and Tips to Extend Your Harvest

For many novice gardeners, the coming of cooler weather is often a sign to turn their attention away from the yard and garden, as it’s usually too late to start growing any more of the classic summer garden vegetables, but fall gardens can also be productive, whether you’re growing vegetables, greens, or flowers. Fall is…

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Keep Your Flowers From Wilting During the Dog Days of Summer

The dog days of summer are here, and with them come hard times for some of our precious flowers, whether they are cut, potted, or in the garden. One of the unsightly symptoms of heat distress is wilting: Believe it or not, in hot weather, wilting is kind of like the plant version of sweating!…

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Get Out and Garden, It’s Good for your Health!

Did you know that gardening can be very good for your health? Aside from the natural Vitamin D that you likely think of when enjoying outdoor gardening, there are other vitamins you gain when participating in gardening activities which can diminish your stress levels and help you live a longer, healthier life. Read More at…

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Test Your Soil! 1st Rule of Gardening.

With gardening you learn something new every year. I am an avid reader of gardening blogs, YouTube, and garden Web forums. So, when I hear add eggs shell, Epsom salt, and everything under the sun to to my soil, it peeks my interest. I too want a HUGE harvest. Last year for some unknown reason,…

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Do Proper Prep Before you Start Landscaping

Good site preparation is essential to creating a water efficient landscape. It can save time and money and help to create a landscape that will provide you with years of enjoyment. Site preparation entails assessing existing elements of the current landscape, developing a design and plan, good site and soil preparation, and installing efficient irrigation….

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Beneficial Bugs For your Garden

Along with the sunshine, warm weather and beautiful flowers that spring brings, comes the bugs as well. Many people don’t like bugs, think they are gross or dirty or they are even scared of them. However, many bugs can be beneficial as well if we just let them.  It’s true that there are some bugs…

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Top Landscaping Trends in Response to Mother Nature: Survey by Houzz

When it comes to outdoor projects, homeowners aren’t messing around. In a new Houzz landscaping survey, 88% of homeowners involved in an outdoor project say the scope of the work is a substantial or complete renovation. Their projects include things like adding paving and garden beds, building or updating structures, regrading, terracing and re-landscaping. Read…

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Safety Tips for Cutting Down a Tree the Right Way

Wear the Right Safety Gear. Safety isn’t a throwaway word when it comes to felling trees and running chain saws. You must take it seriously. There are a few absolutely essential safety gear items you need to wear for any chain saw work: – A logger’s helmet to protect you from falling branches, a major…

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21 Tips to Get Your Yard Ready for Spring

Sometimes all it takes is a bit of sunshine and warmth to perk up our spirits and bring us outdoors. But as you venture outside, you may notice that the increasingly springlike weather has also perked up your lawn and plants. Not only is the garden budding with new growth, winter has left its mark…

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