With the right combination of timing, vegetables and care, you can cultivate your own winter garden that will produce in the colder months. To enjoy fresh grown veggies this winter, you should begin planting now.
According to experts, the term winter garden is a misnomer. The reason why it’s called … read more
At an average cost of $7 per 10 gallons, compost can be expensive to buy, but you can easily make your own for free.
Whether you choose to contain the compost in a bin or let it pile up in a corner in your yard is up to you, but … read more
There is nothing like a home that features beautiful trees in the yard. But trees can harm a home if they’re not properly cared for. Whether you’re a do-it-your-selfer or a homeowner who hires contractors, knowing how to keep your trees properly pruned is essential to maintaining your property.
Tree … read more
Ah, the fresh smell of cut grass in the summer! As you head outdoors to cut, trim, and tend your lawn, you may be thinking of wearing lightweight clothes as you work in the sun, but if you’re planning to use power tools, you should consider what not to wear. … read more
Knowing when to mow your lawn can set the pace for healthy growth, but lawnmower maintenance can help your lawn make the cut.
With just a few steps, you can take care of your most important lawn maintenance tool before and during the mowing season to get the best results … read more
With summer fast approaching, you and all your friends will probably be taking part in the great American tradition of barbequing.
But you want to be safe, don’t you? There are an estimated 600 barbeque related fires a year, according to the Coppel, TX Fire Department. Just follow a few safety … read more
Looking for a way to infuse some color and life into your new home? As a novice homeowner, you may find doing your own gardening is a great alternative to hiring expensive landscapers. Gardening can yield a lot of fruit – real fruit and vegetables, that is.
But what if … read more