New Gardener? Choose Your Flowers Carefully

New Gardener? Choose Your Flowers Carefully

  • Stumped About Stumps? Fun Ideas Repurpose Tree Stumps in Your Yard

    If you intend on getting trees removed in the near future, or if you have several tree stumps left behind from previous tree-removal sessions, chances are you do not care for the appearance they give to your yard. If you do not wish to pay for the removal of these stumps, consider revamping them into parts of your landscape's character. Here are some fun ways to dress up leftover tree stumps in your yard.

  • Worried About Bringing Mosquitos To Your Yard? 3 Things To Keep In Mind For Irrigation

    Spending time outdoors in your front or backyard can be a great way to get fresh air and enjoy the scenery, but it can also be problematic when you have an influx of mosquitoes in the air. If you're concerned that mosquitoes are becoming a problem due to your irrigation system using too much water, you'll need to look into what kinds of changes you can make to ensure that everything runs smoothly.

  • Spending Too Much Money On Watering Your Lawn? 3 Tips To Preserve Water And Maintain Healthy Grass

    Living in an apartment often provides you with the luxury of not having to pay a water bill. At this point, it is easy to forget that such an expense exists, but this changes when you take on homeownership. If you have found your water bill being on the high side over the course of several months, you may want to find a way to minimize this specific expense. An easy way is to make adjustments to your landscape.

  • Prepping Your Rental Property's Landscape? Make The Grass Easy To Maintain

    Buying a single-family home with a main level and a basement gives you great renting potential. The main level can be the primary source of income with a rental that likely has two to five bedrooms. Then, you can work on finishing the basement to transform it into a apartment that can be as small as a studio. Along with meeting all of the requirements for having such a rental property, you should also consider making the property appealing to potential tenants and simple to maintain as a landlord.

  • Falling For Food: Easy-To-Grow Autumn Fruits And Veggies

    With the end of summer coming fast, it's time to forget summer edibles such as apricots, tomatoes, zucchini, and corn, and instead turn your mind to delicacies that bloom only as the weather starts to turn cold and crisp. But how do you know which fall foods are easy to grow in your backyard or on your windowsill and which ones you should leave to the professionals? If you're looking for a few easy-to-grow autumn-growing fruits and veggies to start cultivating, then here's what you need to know.

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    New Gardener? Choose Your Flowers Carefully

    As a child and teenager, I watched my mother garden, although I wasn't interested in it at the time. I later learned that I had missed out on learning the craft because before I planted my first garden, I thought it would be so easy! Once I finally had a yard of my own, I was eager to plant some beautiful flowers in the yard and do other landscaping work. Unfortunately, I learned a hard lesson and none of things I planted survived more than a few weeks, even though I watered them daily. I gave my mother a call and asked her what could have gone wrong, and I learned that plants have to be chosen carefully. Check out this blog to learn more landscaping plant tips.

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