Start Planning Your Spring Garden!
It’s never too early to start planning your spring garden. Whether you’re new to gardening or just waiting for the snow to melt, learn more about how to prep, maintain and enhance your outdoor space with some of our favorite tips and trends.
Spring Gardening Prep
The weather outside might still be frightful but there’s plenty to do to prepare for the big bloom. Putting your green thumb to work early in the season has incredible benefits that result in a lush and lively garden come summer. Check out these five easy ways to start your spring gardening preparation. READ MORE
Try Raised Bed Gardening! (2019 Trend)
If you created a garden last year, you can really make that patch of plants sing and curate your ideal plot. However, first-time gardeners may need some advice on how to get started. One option is to build a garden in a raised bed. Here are seven benefits of gardening in a raised bed. READ MORE
Quick Tips for Planting a Vegetable Garden
For gardeners, there’s no better time of year than when the gray of winter lifts to reveal the lush green of plants and trees in our yards. But gardens aren’t always for show. If you’re thinking about upgrading to a garden that allows you to put what you plant on a plate, here are five tips for planning a vegetable garden. READ MORE
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How to Keep Pests Out of Your Garden
Bunnies, squirrels and chipmunks are so cute, but what they can do to your garden isn’t adorable, and keeping them at bay is different from how you control bugs. There is a happy medium where the critters stay happy without destroying your yard. Here are a few ideas to stop cute pests from ruining your garden. READ MORE
6 Early Spring Gardening Chores
The ground is still a little too hard and cold to get our hands dirty, but there are a few chores we can do before the last frost so we’re ready to get to work when it’s time to plant. Here are six early spring garden chores you can tackle before the snow melts. READ MORE
Create Your Own Vertical Garden! (2019 Trend)
The biggest gardening trend of the summer is the vertical garden and there’s no wonder why. It adds green in places you didn’t know were possible and takes the thought out of putting art on a wall. It doesn’t have to be a lot of work to create your own vertical garden; you just have to start small. Here are four ideas to get you inspired. READ MORE
Creative Upcycling Ideas for the Garden
One of the biggest trends in home decor right now is upcycling, or turning some of our old items into functional and fashionable pieces. The style is spilling out into the garden, and we have a few ideas to get some more mileage out of things we no longer use. Here are a few upcycling ideas for the garden. READ MORE
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Tips for Maintaining Your Garden During a Drought
To keep things green we need water, but at any given time, there can be a drought. With a drought comes water restrictions. But there are ways to keep your garden beautiful even during a water shortage. Here are five tips for maintaining your garden during a drought. READ MORE
Like New: Tips for Restoring Patio Furniture
When the warmth of spring finally hits, the first thing you’ll want to do is soak up the sun and breathe in the fresh air while comfortably lounging on your patio. The first thing you should do, however, is to check up on your outdoor furniture. It’s been through a lot since the last time you made use of it and could do with some TLC. READ MORE
The Wonderful Benefits of Gardening
Getting a garden started is no small feat. There’s a lot of planning, digging, and nurturing involved. But if you’re debating the idea of putting one in, here are four benefits of having a garden that may tip the scales in the favor of a more green and colorful yard. READ MORE
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