If you notice your lawn is not accepting water as well as it used to it may be time to aerate it. Aeration bores holes into the lawn that allows for water and air circulation.
Fertilizer applied to your lawn allows the soil to feed the grass and create a healthy, lush green covering.
The following are pests and diseases you should watch for during this lawn care season.
Think grass is just grass? Think again! We’ve gathered up a few of our favorite grass varieties that we think you should try!
Your lawn’s soil health is key. If your lawn is suffering from brown patches, sparse or irregular growth, or pale grass there are a few things you can do to help encourage a healthier developing process. The soil beneath your grass creates an ecosystem for your lawn to grow and when you do too little, [...]
Get creative this gardening season by mixing up your choice of ground covers. Ivy may be a classic, as are pachysandra and clover, but mixing it up by adding an unexpected touch of mint, strawberries, or winter wheat could give your garden a whole new feel!
Force bulbs in winter weather to turn your home into a flowery oasis. Follow these steps to have tulip, iris, and hyacinth bulbs blooming indoors in no time.
Bulbs generally fall into two main categories – spring flowering bulbs and summer flowering bulbs.
Storing bulbs is important for their longevity and flowering success.
Exercise your green thumb and give some bulbs a try. Here are a few suggestions for flower bulbs to try from the gardening enthusiasts at AvantGardenDecor.com