Get the Dirt on the 5 reasons that you need to install a smart sprinkler system in your yard. It starts with being environmentally conscience and results in saving in your wallet.
Get the Dirt on why you should consider No Mow May. Learn why mowing later in the season not only helps your lawn stay healthy, but it helps our dwindling pollinator populations…
Which of the following foods is not in the rose family? a. Raspberries b. Apples c. Grapes Answer: Grapes! That means apples and raspberries are in the rose family. The family Rosaceae provides humans with an extraordinary diversity of fruits like apples, pears, quinces, loquats, apricots, plums, cherries, peaches, almonds, raspberries, sloes, rose hips, and … [Read More…]
The focus of outdoor living spaces has shifted to enhancing your family’s health and wellness. Creating a space that help connect with nature and design a functional backyard oasis.
You don’t have to sacrifice style for safety when it comes to outdoor lighting options. Get the Dirt on how to choose which outdoor lightening is right for your yard and outdoor living space!
Four-leaf clovers are rare, the chance 1 in 10,000! Then how did your little sister or brother find multiple as a kid? They may be rare in a clover population, but clover is abundant! It can quickly take over your lawn. Unless, you’re trying to help the bunny population, prevention is key to keeping a … [Read More…]
Get the dirt on five ways that landscaping can help increase the value of your home. Beautiful, strategic landscaping includes choosing the right plants and enhancing the user’s experience …
Cure that cabin fever and visit a local home and garden show. Start your spring planning now with ideas and inspiration for your landscaping, patio, outdoor lighting, and water feature projects!
Only newly planted trees require wrapping for the winter to prevent sun scalding of the bark. Sun scalding happens when the tree experiences a sunny, warmer day in the winter and starts to perk up before it should. Wrap new trees for the first two winters — or if it’s a thin-barked tree, wrap for … [Read More…]