Trees increase property values, cool homes and have even been shown to improve health and lower anxiety. The stately giants are everywhere around us, but it’s not until we notice something’s off that most of us stop to truly inspect our trees. The earlier you spot problems, the sooner you can take action.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
The first step to improving your garden is to get a soil test. The results will guide you to amending your soil for the growing season.
Bring the beauty of a living Christmas tree inside your home for the holidays and find out how to make it last.
Find out what herbs to grow year-round. Then, pick a pretty flowerpot and grow them indoors.
Learn how compost brings life to the soil and how to start a compost pile.
Drip irrigation helps keep plants healthy, and lets you water them deeply. When your lawn and garden and lawn are properly watered, you will save money.
Flowering bulbs like paperwhite narcissus and amaryllis brighten winter months with color and fragrance. Learn how easy it is to grow these winter flowering bulbs.
Now is a great time to prune, rake and mulch. As you tidy up the landscape, you’ll make it easier for the next gardening season.
Plant roses with these helpful tips. Growing roses is relatively easy when they get at least six hours of sunlight each day.
Give your outdoor space a facelift with a fresh layer of mulch.
Water left in pipes can freeze, so learn how to winterize your irrigation system.
Now that it’s getting cooler, gradually move houseplants inside when nighttime temperatures are consistently in the 50s, well before the first frost threatens.