You spend time and money to make your yard look as nice as it does. So why risk letting all that effort go to waste in winter? Here are some tips to help you protect trees and shrubs in the harsher weather.
Skip the trip to the garden center and the leave the harsh chemicals behind. Safe, inexpensive, and efficient, these common household items can help you kill weeds naturally. Here’s how!
Lead the way for a lush lawn in the warmer months by preparing it properly for the harsh winter ahead. These tips for winterizing your lawn will save you time and trouble in the spring.
Some homeowners and professionals consider mulching leaves a beneficial way to avoid the chore of raking. But not everyone agrees. Find out the benefits of mulching leaves and if it’s right for your lawn.
Like humans, pests seek out warmth in the winter, and your home is a particularly attractive destination. Here’s how to prevent pests from choosing your home when looking for a place to overwinter.
One of the best-kept secrets to maintaining top-notch turf, overseeding a lawn is the process of planting new grass seed over previously established grass. Find out how your lawn can benefit from it.
A common household nuisance, silverfish hang out in damp, dark areas and feed on paper products, fabrics, and starchy food. Find out what steps can be taken to prevent silverfish from invading your home.
The fall months are a perfect time to prepare your grass for the harsh weather ahead. You’ll help your lawn look its best come springtime when you fertilize your grass before the first frost. Here’s why.
In the fall, weeds absorb nutrients and store them in the root system in order to get through the long winter. That makes this season the perfect time to successfully target these invasive plants. Here’s how.
The battle of the bugs doesn’t end when summer does. As temperatures drop, critters may look to your cozy home for food, water, and shelter. Here are the five most common fall pests and how to keep them outside.