One of the last things to worry about after a hurricane is your lawn. But the mess caused by ocean flooding needs attention before anything grows again.
Give citrus trees extra care in the summer to prevent stress caused by hot weather. Think of it as preventive health care.
Take action this year to ensure the fruits of your labor don’t get eaten by someone other than you; protect your berry plants.
Take back your yard and summer fun by eliminating weeds and pests. Take these quick and easy steps and enjoy the celebrations all season long.
Palm trees deliver tropical style like no other plant. And now, while the soil is warm, is the best time to plant them.
When you cover the open spaces around plants with a layer of mulch, they benefit in many ways.
Refresh your containers with colorful plants and succulents for instant appeal.
How you water is more important than how often you water. Learn more about watering newly planted trees and shrubs.
Edging your lawn makes for a defined, polished shape, and you’ll save time over using a weed trimmer.
Butterflies and birds bring gardens to life. Invite them to your yard by planting flowers and native plants in a sunny spot.
Lawns settle over time and create places where water collects in your yard or even worse, your basement. When you see these problems develop, grading is the first solution.
Fall is the best time to improve your soil by adding compost to flower beds.