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Maintaining a healthy landscape all year long will make it easier to preserve when the temperatures rise, but prolonged spells of hot weather can still threaten your lawn and garden. This article will explain a few ways to preserve your landscape during a heat wave.
Get ideas and inspiration to create an outdoor retreat that fits your budget and style.
Build a walkway that stands the test of time. Try walkways for impact and style. Read on for more details.
Cut back ornamental grasses now so your plant will grow back lush and healthy.
Kill weeds early so you can enjoy your lawn all season.
Learn more about Bermuda grass, a tough, drought tolerant choice for hot Southern summers. Bermuda grass needs good drainage and thrives in areas with full, direct sun.
While severe floods can devastate your home and property, minor floods can also cause a great deal of damage in your lawn and garden. Read on for ways to recover your yard after a flood.
Fescue is one of the best lawn grasses for the North. The best time to plant fescue is in the fall, when summer’s heat is gone, giving the grass the long winter to develop the extensive root system it needs to thrive.
Plants have basic nutritional needs that must be met in order to thrive. When choosing the right fertilizer, look for a slow-release granular formula specifically intended for the plant you’re feeding.
Create a beautiful garden. Learn how to prevent weeds and you’ll stop weed seeds from sprouting. Top off your garden with a layer of mulch for further protection.