Spent flowers, dried branches or leaves, and gourds from the garden can make ghoulish decorations for Halloween. Learn more in this article.
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It’s a frustrating feeling when hungry critters decide to snack on your plants. Try these seven proven strategies to keep deer, squirrels and other pests out of your garden.
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.
While most gardens need water, too much can cause grass to die, damage roots, and create unhealthy growing conditions. Try these tricks for diverting water in your landscape.
Build shadow boxes for an ever-changing display of flowers and foliage. Use your fence or an exterior wall to create this vertical garden.
Get cozy outside with outdoor heating, whether fire pits, built-in fireplaces or outdoor heaters.
For instant Halloween decor, get inflatables. Just plug them in and you’re done.
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Take advantage of cooler days to maintain your home and yard this fall. Begin with this checklist of fall landcaping chores.
Give your trees some extra protection when you add mulch. With new or established trees, mulch helps hold moisture in the soil and suppresses weeds and grass that compete for water and nutrients.
Fall is the time to plant bulbs. Try tucking them in clusters in spots around the yard, so you’ll have plenty of flowers to enjoy in the garden, and extras to cut for vases.
Learn about the right grass for your area and what to plant whether in sun or shade.