Winter safety includes keeping walkways free of ice. Many ice melting products are not plant-friendly. Commonly used rock salt, or sodium chloride, is extremely harmful to plant material and can impact the soil health.
Don’t forget to water your plants! Proper watering of a newly installed plant is critical to its establishment and future growth.
You may have recently purchased and newly installed a hydrangea, or yours may already be be mature. Either way, pruning your hydrangea is a yearly occurrence.
Here are a few tips for tackling a lawn full of weeds.
Just a little bit of extra care and some annual maintenance can keep your tools clean, safe, and working well for many years to come.
Hedges will always be a part of our landscape in some way, shape or form. Hedges are popular and can create a beautiful formal look, especially for front yards. However, when pruned incorrectly they quickly become an eyesore.
Plant a flowering shade tree and your home will surely be the showcase of the neighborhood!
Moving a tree comes with risks, but when you take your time and follow a tree transplanting checklist to a tee, there’s a much better chance your tree will have a smooth transition.
Gardeners who look forward to enjoying their landscapes during warm summer nights should consider creating a moonlight garden that extends the experience late into the evening.
Once introduced, invasive species spread quickly and aggressively, often because they don’t have natural predators. They then compete with native species for resources.