Snow is falling less and less Tuesday night but that does not mean the crews workload has lightened up.
When does it make sense to do it yourself and when should you break down and hire a pro? Here are some examples of DIY do’s and don’ts.
Thinking ahead is a skill worth developing before you plant anything more than an annual – trees, shrubs or perennials – that you want to enjoy for years to come.
Commercial landscapers are pulling perfectly good plantings in preparation for the first frost but it seems so cold!
TreePhilly is handing out the trees at four November events to those who register between now and Oct. 31st.
If you have some plants that have declined, died, or are just in the wrong place, you can’t beat a soaking rain to get the roots ready to go.
You don’t have to be stuck with those plastic plant tags to keep track of what’s in your garden.
Winter is a good time to start planning your garden, so that when spring comes you can just start planting and make it all happen.
Fall is the best time to fix what’s wrong with your lawn,
Breaking with tradition, gardens these days are showing a courageous mix of colors.
April 22nd is Earth Day. What can the average home-owner do about their personal homes, energy bills and their own back yard to decrease their carbon footprint?
If you’re going through flower show withdrawal, the Bucks Beautiful Garden and Home show may be just what the doctor ordered.
Neighbors of a Mount Ephraim Phillies fan may be green with envy when they pass his home on Lambert Avenue. He just put the finishing touches on a Phillies logo on his front lawn.
by KYW’s Phran Novelli That’s odd. Why do people say to plant things in threes? Or fives? Not two by two – or four by four? It’s a design guideline that translates well to […]