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DIY Crusher Fines Garden Path

DIY Crusher Fines Garden Path

Posted by Teresa Odle on Dec 10th 2020

People who love gardening know that winter and early spring can drag on and on. So it’s good to have a project in your back pocket to get outside and improve the garden during the off-season. I’ll share our experience and give a few tips on creating or replacing your own garden path.Panoramic view of the completed path in March. Now, to just get rid of the protective buckets and watch the flowers … read more
Gardening Tasks For Late Fall

Gardening Tasks For Late Fall

Posted by Teresa Odle on Dec 10th 2020

As fall temperatures drop, there’s still plenty to do in the garden. In most areas, freezing temperatures start to hit in September or October. But there are still plenty of sunny days hit in fall, so gardeners can get outside and take care of these chores before winter arrives.1. HarvestIf you still have any vegetables ripening, better harvest them now. Tomatoes and winter squashes can finish rip … read more
Popular Plants For Thanksgiving

Popular Plants For Thanksgiving

Nov 19th 2020

Common Flowers For Thanksgiving Centerpieces & Arrangements The fall brings several colors and flowers that are well recognized with that time of the year. These flowers are all very common and look beautiful. Colors of orange, red and yellow are most commonly found indoors and outside. Some flowers are traditionally found every Thanksgiving in households across the United States including o … read more
What To Do With Old Pumpkins

What To Do With Old Pumpkins

Oct 29th 2020

Pumpkins are a very popular vegetable that people mainly use for decorating during Halloween. However, once Halloween is done, what should be done with the pumpkins at that point? There are many great eco-friendly options depending on what you did with your pumpkins. What you do with your old pumpkins is mostly determined whether it is painted, carved or just used as decor and kept whole. How … read more
Gardening Tasks For Early Winter

Gardening Tasks For Early Winter

Oct 28th 2020

Every year it seems like gardening is coming to an end and the work is over with. But don’t forget there is still work to be done before you start decorating for Halloween, Thanksgiving or Christmas.1. Disconnect Hoses / Winterize Sprinkler & Drip Irrigation Systems First thing you need to do is disconnect your hoses if you are about to get freezing temperatures overnight. This can be a … read more
Planting In Odd Or Even Numbers

Planting In Odd Or Even Numbers

Posted by Teresa Odle on Feb 29th 2020

When you love to garden, it is so easy to buy one of every plant you love. It's good to be surrounded by houseplants or outdoor plants that bring you joy; that's part of the reason people have plants! But it is far better to have a plan going in – either from a designer or from your own research and desire – so you can have several types of plants but pleasing design and easy maintenance!Planti … read more