Trees, shrubs and small flowering plants may seem happy in the cooler fall months, but now is the time to be sure they're getting the water they need to stay full and healthy and have their root sy
When your trees, shrubs and small plants went into the ground in your yard, you or your landscaper wisely created a berm, or a raised mound of dirt, around the circumference of each plant to captur
Maybe you have noticed that some of your trees and shrubs have grown larger than you expected, crowding one another and not looking their best. Or maybe you have noticed that one or two of the shru
Fences take a beating during the summer months. Heavy rains splash soil onto the bottom portions of vinyl fencing, and wooden fences become dried and discolored, perhaps even spotted with lichens o
The cooler weather of fall and winter does not necessarily signal the end of your vegetable garden's bounty. Many crops can be extended with just a few simple protective measures, and a surprising
From rusty farm implements and pink flamingos to garden gnomes and tchotchkes, lawn ornaments have gotten a bad rap, but today's offerings are far from tacky. Sure, you still can find figurines tha
There's no shortage of products that aim to keep moles under control, from traditional traps and poison to more eco-friendly repellents -- even systems to blast the tunnel structures by detonating
Those no-longer-lovely leaves that have landed on your lawn might just be the key to a beautiful garden next year. So instead of leaving loads of raked leaves by the curb, use them to make compost,
That lush landscape you envisioned when you planted shrubs and evergreens this spring and summer could fizzle if you don't protect them from winter's icy fingers and harsh winds.
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