I love to garden so I am always on the lookup for free plants or gardening products. Here's a few ideas to get you started. (more…)...Read more
Summer is in full swing, and the weather just keeps getting hotter. Not all plants can thrive or even survive in this climate, so it is important that you carefully consider which ones you choose to include in your landscape. Here are ten plants that can beat the heat: Read more
Companion planting is the placement of various crops in close physical proximity to on another so as to symbiotically compliment the progress of each other. It's important to select two plants that have similar light, soil and water requirements. It is also important that they are not susceptible to the same blights.
Springtime is fertilising time for many homeowners. Or should we say, 'lawn feeding' time? Regardless of the term you use, fertilising your lawn at the start of the growing season could be very helpful in maintaining a lush and beautiful lawn all year long. Fertiliser helps your grass rebound from a rough winter and build...Read more
As much as we love Don Henley's classic The Boys of Summer, we despise the weeds of spring. And, much like the venerated baseball groundskeeper, we strive to rid our lush green grass of every annoying, irritating, infuriating weed. Sometimes it seems like a losing battle, but professional lawn management companies have some secret tips...Read more
If you are one of the many who were not born with a Green Thumb, there are ways to get your garden off to a glowing start even though you were not voted 'gardener of the year' in your town. Read more