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When they start to eat your spinach leaves or attack your pepper plants, snails and slugs become unwanted guests. Below are 9 natural ways to keep snails and slugs out of your garden. #1 – Diatomaceous Earth Diatoms are microscopic green algae with a glass-like (silica based) shell. Diatomaceous earth is made from the fossilized remains […]


Knowing exactly when to prune is an important step in keeping plants healthy. Use our seasonal guide to plan your gardening calendar. EARLY SPRING: Ornamental Grasses Plant type: Ornamental grasses Task: Cut as close to the ground as possible.   EARLY SPRING: Perennials Plant type: Semiwoody perennials (butterfly bush, Russian sage) Task: Cut back to […]

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We spend almost every summer wishing we could renovate our backyard, but sometimes, we’re not quite sure how to successfully pull it off.  That’s why we looked to HGTV handyman Chip Wade to share his pro tips for seamlessly nailing an outdoor reno. After Chip recently renovated his own backyard, he knew exactly how to […]

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Most of us might have heard the famous proverb as “The first impression is the best impression“. This proverb best explains while you are trying to sell homes or any property. Potential buyers when they visit to buy a home, the first thing that attracts them is the landscape of the house before entering inside […]


Boxwood Boxwood sets the standard for formal cut hedges. Its capacity to withstand successive shearing and molding into flawless geometric structures makes this evergreen a mainstream outskirt plant. You can likewise give it a chance to grow tall to give a screen or to make a labyrinth. Some assortments develop to 20 feet tall. Gleaming […]


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