Fall Lawn Aerating Promotes Greener Lawns
Want to complement your flower garden next year? A lively and healthy yard is one way to do this. A green lawn starts in the fall. One of the ways you can achieve a lush, healthy, carpet of green grass for next year is to aerate your lawn this fall. Because fall lawn aerating promotes greener lawns.
Wax Your Shovels for Winter
Handy tip for the day – Want to keep snow from sticking to your snow shovels?
My husband replaced the pull start for our lawnmower and I was lucky enough to be able to videotape him to share with you.
Common Lawn Pests
Common Lawn Pests – Disease and grass insect pests can be prevented or cured by following a few basic steps. Be sure to set your low mower height to 1-1/2 inches, have a sharp blade, have the proper fertilizing, drainage and water. Even following each and everything above still can bring on unwanted insect attacks. So what pest is your culprit?
Shear Saw and Lop Your Way to the Perfect Cut
Shear Saw and Lop Your Way to the Perfect Cut. In the market to purchase some tools for pruning? Choosing the correct tool for the job can ease your work. Below are some tools that will shear, saw and lop your way to the perfect cut.
Garden Ideas Using Concrete Blocks
Garden Ideas Using Concrete Blocks – Simple and affordable way to make a concrete block bench. The bench design uses the wall of a garage as a backrest. Add two layers of concrete blocks as your bench base and dress up your bench with bright pillows and custom cushions.
Flower Bulbs in Fall for an Easter Centerpiece
Each year I’d purchased a spring flower arrangement for my Easter table. The flower arrangement was either a tulip, daffodil or hyacinth potted plant. Now, I just plant flower bulbs in fall for an Easter centerpiece.
Bowling Ball Gazing Project
Having you seen them yet? Gazing balls are making a comeback. I have my great grandmother’s gazing ball and stand and recently made my own mirror and glass tiled one too. This bowling ball gazing project couldn’t be simpler!