If you’re growing a garden, you’re on your way to having a sustainable lawn—as gardening reduces the amount of grass you need to mow and water. But if you want to take your efforts further, sustainable gardening is the next logical step. These organic gardening tips will have you on your way to a more […]Read More →How Can I Make My Garden More Sustainable?
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You can name a few gardening tools off the top of your head—but do you know all the ways you’re able to use them? What about the tools you don’t even know a name for? From digging devices to nifty knives, make sure you know how to leverage different equipment in your garden, as well […]Read More →Gardening Tool Roundup: The Lowdown on How to Use and Store Them
It’s the time of year when homeowners need to deal with the dreaded leaf invasion on their lawns. If you don’t handle the leaves before winter kicks in full gear, they can take over the yard and kill the grass. It’s important to get a jump-start on the lawn care chores to prevent unnecessary cleanup […]Read More →3 Useful Ways to Manage Leaves and Lawn Clippings
Composting is a great, natural way to add vital nutrients to your garden using materials that you have handy. In this infographic, we answer the following questions: What is compost? How do you get started? Is it really worth it? What Is Composting? Composting is the process of recycling organic materials that you usually […]Read More →Infographic: Beginner’s Guide to Composting