How to Aerate a Clay Lawn

How to Aerate a Clay Lawn

Clay soil is one of the most common soils in which compaction occurs. So, how do you know if you have clay soil? There are a few different ways to tell, mainly by looking at the texture of the soil and observing how it reacts with water. 

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How to Feed and Fertilize Indoor Plants

You don’t have to be an expert gardener or even have a green thumb to have your own indoor plant haven successfully. If you’re interested in learning how to take care of your indoor plants better, you’ll want to stay tuned to learn more about feeding and fertilizing indoor plants.

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How to Start and Maintain Your Flower Garden

When April showers bring May flowers, you'll need to take proper care so that they bloom through June. This guide will teach you all of the different ways to properly care for and maintain your flower garden. With our gardening tips, you can achieve a yard that is the envy of the entire neighborhood.

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Why Lawn Mushrooms are Growing in Your Yard and How to Treat Them

There’s nothing quite as disappointing as going out to admire your gorgeous lawn just to be met with mushrooms. The joys of being a homeowner, right? While lawn mushrooms aren’t harmful to your yard, they’re definitely not a sight for sore eyes.

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Micronutrients for Your Vegetable Garden

There are many vegetable garden nutrients and supplements to make your garden a success. Be sure to procure your garden fertilizers and composts through a verifiable quality purveyor. The quality of your micronutrients will make all the difference in your vegetable garden and will not only make your vegetables the star of your dinner table but the talk of your whole neighborhood!

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Gardening Tips: Why Your Garden Needs Nitrogen

Are you putting work into your garden and not seeing the results? Weak plants may be a sign of a deeper issue with imbalanced soil and garden nutrients. When it comes to helping you grow a healthy, luscious garden, we're digging deep and breaking out all of our gardening tips.

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Lawn Care Tips to Keep Your Yard Weed-Free

Weed removal is not an easy feat. To make this lawn care task less overwhelming, consider breaking up the areas of your lawn into sections and every week tackling one section at a time. A phased approach will make weed removal more manageable. Later on, we will discuss proper weed removal and disposal to prevent further seeding and spread of grass weeds.

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Gardening Tips:  Why Your Garden Needs Iron to Thrive

Gardening Tips: Why Your Garden Needs Iron to Thrive

Starting your garden in the proper soil prepared with the right fertilizer mix is always the best foundation for any garden.  The contents of your soil are particularly easy to control when your garden is in a small area or container. Knowing when to add gardening nutrients is as easy as paying attention to what your plants are telling you.

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How to Keep Your Yard Low-Maintenance

While region and climate are significant factors to consider before your new plants take root in the ground, you should also consider the level of maintenance required for these types of flowers and grasses. Though there is not a category of high maintenance grasses, there is a category for types of grasses that are lower maintenance than average.

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Tips for Fertilizing Your Veggie Garden

All plants should be well-soaked with water, with special care given to the liquid fertilizer’s dilution instructions before applying to avoid root and leaf burn. On scorching days, apply liquid fertilizer in the early morning or late evening to avoid direct sunlight on the treated plants; the direct sun could cause burns on the leaves.

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Understanding Sunlight and Indoor Plants

Having plants in our lives lifts our spirits and improves our health. When plants are in our homes, they help reduce stress and improve our overall moods and emotions. They also offer natural air purification. We don’t all live in areas with ideal sunlight, though, which is why it is essential to know which plants that do not need sunlight are right for you.

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Guaranteed Mood Booster: An Environmentally- Friendly Flower Garden

Looking for a way to beautify your corner of the world? Want to elevate your mental health and benefit the environment? You will need to look no further for a hobby that is as simple as a flower garden when it comes to lightening up your outlook and contributing to the world around you.

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