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Beginning gardeners and landscapers on a budget can make harmony in the garden by mixing decorative, drought-proof plants with vegetables. Smelly plants like sages, lavenders, rosemaries, mints, fennel and anise are drought-resistant, edible and traditionally medicinal. They're great for gardens because pollen-transporting bees love their flowers and plant-destroying, disease-carrying bugs hate their smell.
Published by A. Cardott 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Water features like ponds are popular DIY weekend projects particularly in the spring time. While installing a pond is a DIY friendly project it is important to consider several factors before digging the hole for the pond. Common mistakes include picking the wrong location, choosing the wrong pump, and adding too many fish or plants.
Published by Andrea Turman 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
Winter is over and spring is in the air. Your lawn looks brown and dry and you think you should have something done. Power raking is what too many people do and that is usually the wrong thing to do to your lawn. Learn about the best way to rake your lawn.
Published by Sam Montana 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +20 votes | 6 comments
A small pond can make a back yard literally come alive. Not only will it create a place of rest and comfort, it will attract birds and sometimes other small animals. A natural looking pond isn't hard to build. Dig a hole. Put in a pond liner and water pump. Enjoy. ========
Published by Pat Veretto 68 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +2 votes | 2 comments
The best times to treat those bald spots in your lawn is either mid-spring or mid-fall. The time is now and the treatment is easy but it does take patience, dedication, and attention to detail. We are talking about those bare spots in that vast, velvety mat that you call your lawn, not those bare spots on your head where your scalp shows through. Forget that magical Rogaine treatment, to treat these bare spots will take you three weeks of work. The prep work is hard but quick. After the prep w...
Published by Jerry Walch 69 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +12 votes | 13 comments
You might think that any tree that grows in your yard is a good tree, but many experts and homeowners would disagree. While just about every tree has some redeeming quality, there are quite a few trees that have too many problems associated with their growth to make them a valuable addition to your landscape. Issues can range from disease, size, fruit, pests, appearance, odor, and life span.
Published by Daniel Snyder 69 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +14 votes | 4 comments
When you think of cherry trees people think of the red fruit, George Washington, and weeping cherry trees, but there are several varieties of ornamental cherry trees that will enhance the look of your property. Cherry trees belong to the rose family (Rosaceae) and the Prunus genus. Most cherry trees produce attractive blossoms in the spring, and some will produce fruits in the summer. When selecting ornamental cherry trees consider the blossom type and color, as well as the mature size and area ...
Published by Daniel Snyder 69 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +13 votes | 6 comments
Home aquaponic systems are increasing in popularity as a means to increase self-sufficiency. Aquaculture is the growing of aquatic plants and animals. Fish, mollusks, seaweed, rice, cranberry and other aquatic farming sometimes takes place concurrently. It is not uncommon for rice to be grown with fish giving food security to rural farmers in China. Home owners can learn a great deal about raising aquatics through the study of aquaculture.
Published by Judith Barton 69 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +13 votes | 8 comments
Trees are an important part of any yard as they define the outdoor space. The best trees for New England will be hardy and tolerate the cold and produce brilliant fall color or spring blooms. By planting native trees to the region, growers will not have to worry about extra watering and care for their tree.
Published by Jessica Drew 69 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +2 votes | 1 comments
FarmTek is a online provider of agricultural supplies.  They were founded in 1979.  FarmTek has a call center and their headquarters, in South Windsor, Connecticut, and their manufacturing and distributions are located centrally in Dyersville, Iowa.  They also have a retail outlet in Dyersville. FarmTek offers a massive variety of products, mostly for the agricultural industry but also for those looking for backyard greenhouses, pond supplies, or just wishing to keep a few chicke...
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 69 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +4 votes | 1 comments
This article will help you solve drainage problems in your yard and landscaped areas. Problems associated with poor drainage around the home can quickly lead to serious problems if corrective action is not taken. Aside from water entering the basement or foundation, poorly drained areas around the yard can destroy turf and expensive landscaping and become a harbor for disease carrying insects like mosquitoes. A basic understanding of the underlying cause of will allow you to redirect excess wate...
Published by Daniel Snyder 70 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +14 votes | 7 comments
Snow Joe designs, develops and sells high quality reliable yard equipment for homeowners. The company originally focused on winter equipment like snow throwers, snow shovels and snow roof rakes, but has expanded into summer equipment like lawnmowers, leaf blowers and hedge trimmers. Customers can purchase “Joe” products online on the Snow Joe/Sun Joe website, or at Lowe’s, Walmart, Aubuchon Hardware and P.C. Richard & Son.  At Snow Joe, homeowners can purchase a varie...
Published by Patricia Cartwright 70 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +3 votes | 0 comments
No matter how tight your budget is you can have a beautiful perennial flower garden. All it really takes is a little time and patience and a lot of ingenuity.
Published by Laurie 71 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +4 votes | 2 comments
Published by Review Summaries 71 months ago in Landscaping, Lawns & Ponds | +0 votes | 0 comments
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