May Garden Tips

May Garden Tips Spring is here, and we couldn’t be more excited! With the warmer weather, comes the long to-do list. But don’t fret, this is the gratifying part of gardening and yard work. Once you are done, sit back, relax, and enjoy your hard work. Follow these May garden tips to stay on top

Gardening and Outdoor Activities for Children

Gardening and Outdoor Activities for Children With the kids out of school and daycares closed, kid-friendly activities are at top of the Google search list. While most of your normal activities involve interaction with people, there are many activities that are considered safe during this uncertain time. Continue reading to learn about Gardening and Outdoor

March Gardening Tips

March Gardening Tips Spring has almost arrived, and we could not be more excited. Before you know it, you will be out in your yard in shorts and a t-shirt, soaking in the sun while playing out in your garden! But don’t be so quick to push through March just to get to April. March

Early Spring Flowers

Early Spring Flowers When the days are long and cold, we commonly look for signs of spring. Fortunately, if you look around, there are signs of spring everywhere! There are many varieties of plants that are the harbingers of spring! Continue reading for the early spring flowers that are a must in your landscape! Forsythia

February Garden Tips

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  • 02 February 2020
February Garden Tips The month of February brings budding plants, emerging bulbs, and hopefulness that winter will soon be over. For many, winter will still linger. Regardless of what the groundhog saw, there is still work to be done in the garden! Follow these February garden tips to be ahead of the curve when spring

Houseplants for Beginners

Houseplants for Beginners It seems as if houseplants have exploded on Instagram and other social media outlets. It is safe to say that owning houseplants is not a trend and is here to stay. Houseplants are known to possess air-purifying qualities and to decrease stress. So, are you ready to jump on the houseplant bandwagon?