July 2, 2020

There are several choices of landscape edging for your home. You can choose from a natural spaded edge, a polyethylene edging, a metal edging, a brick edging, or even a concrete poured curbing.

There are pros and cons for all of them. Consider these factors to determine...

June 30, 2020

Pro Tips: Plants in containers need more water than plants in the ground. Because terra-cotta is a breathable material, plants in those containers dry out even faster than those planted in plastic or ceramic pots. In general, check the soil in your containers daily to...

June 23, 2020

We all love our beautiful plants and trees, however sometimes these plants can come with unwanted visitors. Unfortunately, these unwanted visitors can be very damaging to you’re plants health and beauty. Therefore, we decided to give you a hand, here are some quick tip...

June 9, 2020

Planning both the planting lay-out for your particular situation and the selection of plants that meet the requirements is a lot to think about and can be overwhelming for most beginners. Matching the right plant to the right place, as well as proper spacing of the pla...

June 2, 2020

Planting yourself can be a great way to save money and spend time outside in your yard. However, there are many mistakes that people make when looking for, buying, and planting plants, which leads to disappointment. Avoid the headache and follow these tips to help avoi...

May 29, 2020

Before you plant any plantings around the yard it is important to prepare the landscaping bed for the plants that will be installed there.

  1. First, all weeds and grass must be removed or killed in the bed. If you are mostly removing sod and there are no major weeds yo...

May 26, 2020

What's not to love about plants that perfectly fit low-maintenance lifestyles and water-wise ways? Succulent plants can store water, giving them added resilience against drought and heat. One of our favorite groups of low-maintenance succulents are the hardy sedums – e...

May 19, 2020

One of the best parts of gardening is when you get to literally eat the fruits of your labors. Growing edible fruits and berries at home provides tasty, nutritious treats and sweet rewards. Fruit-bearing plants and edibles include favorites such as apples, cherries and...