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The Horrors of Hail

The Horrors of Hail
If you live in an area that experiences frequent hail, you should
definitely have some emergency plan for protecting your plants. Sitting by
and watching them be ripped to shreds should never be an option!
Oct 23, 2017

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Six Ways to Prepare Your Garden for Winter

Six Ways to Prepare Your Garden for Winter

Some people believe that when the weather starts getting colder and the leaves start to fall, it is time to put away the gardening tools and wait until next spring to work on their garden again. Wrong. Winter is an important time to maintain your garden's health and assure yourself a good crop for next year. You may think that might take too long to prepare your garden, but the truth is that it takes less than one day to prepare your garden for the upcoming winter. When the nighttime temperatures drop to less than forty-five degrees Fahrenheit for more...

Oct 18, 2017

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Get Your Mulch On

Get Your Mulch On

We're sure that if you are reading this you have used some form of mulch during your gardening career. However, you probably didn’t know that there are many other options for organic mulching that you can explore. These days, many gardeners are discovering new sources of free mulch that has been there all along  an untapped resource. These include clippings from a lawn, or woody prunings from other plants in your yard. You will be surprised by how beneficial all these things can be, and how often the opportunity arises to use them.Many gardeners have taken to spreading out their...

Oct 14, 2017

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Small Landscape Design for Urban Dwellers

Small Landscape Design for Urban Dwellers

Urban living is often associated with high-rise buildings, a fast-paced life, noise and pollution, stress, and limited yard space. And the only opportunity to get a glimpse of the colors of nature is either at the park — which is often congested — or out of town  — which is often impossible. However, this doesn’t mean that you are stuck for life. There is one thing you can do in order to ensure that you can see a beautiful sight right within your limited property: urban landscape design. Planning is Everything First things first: having a small yard in the...

Mar 29, 2017

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Birth of the Adirondack Chair

Birth of the Adirondack Chair

The Adirondack chair is a simple type of chair that is basically made up of wood or other man-made material and used for outdoor purposes. The Adirondack originally was made from eleven flat and wooden boards and featured a straight seat and back with wide armrests. Nowadays, the availability of different types of man-made materials allows this type of chair to be manufactured from hard impact type of plastics and polymers. The Birth of the Adirondack Chair In 1903 Thomas Lee invented the first Adirondack chair in Westport, NY. This chair was originally known by its other name, the Westport...

Jan 14, 2017

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