Plant Your Garden With Pets In MindHere are some gardening safety tips to keep your companion animals safe and sound.
Simple Solution To Prevent WeedsHere's a trick for preventing weeds without using herbicides or weed killer.
Mow Leaves Into MulchAs the leaves start dropping, before the piles start growing, just keep mowing. The leaves will get blitzed into bits that will be a treat for your lawn.
Leave Leaves To Feed TreesWhen you take leaves away from under a tree and dump mulch on the ground in their place, the mulch can't begin to replace all the nutrients the leaves had naturally.
Too Much MulchNo matter how many times you see it that way in someone's yard or a parking lot, mulch should never be piled up against a tree trunk like a volcano.
Leave Leaves!It's smart to get leaves off of your lawn so your grass isn't smothered - but dragging leaves to the curb every fall and then going out to buy heavy bags of mulch and fertilizer in the spring makes no sense.
Refreshing Ideas For Your LawnBy now, lots of lawns are looking a little seedy. The good news is that fall is a great time to repair, refresh and reinvigorate your grass so that it can be healthier come spring.
Recycling Your Christmas TreeInstead of leaving your Christmas tree by the curb for your town to pick up, you can recycle it yourself and get a lot more for your money.
Branch Out With Tree DebrisMany towns recycle tree debris into compost or mulch, but you could also keep a lot of it in your own yard.
Too Mulch Of A Good ThingThose mulch volcanoes you see piled up against trees and shrubs are terrible for plants.
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