How to Achieve Better Yard Drainage
Wet spots in your yard are a nuisance and an eyesore. Grass will die if it’s underwater for too long. You can’t mow over wet areas, and everyone…
Hate the look of plastic landscape edging? For a more informal, natural border around planted areas, try trench edging and mulch borders.
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Stuff We Love: Tools & Products for the Great Outdoors
Do you spend as much time outdoors as possible? If so, these tools and products will make your outdoor time even more enjoyable. Whether you're…
Cutting Down a Tree
Felling a tree can be a dangerous, but you can do it safely if you think ahead and follow the proper procedures.
Inexpensive Landscaping for Attractive Entryways
Give the front of your home curb appeal by adding a trellis, arbor and low wall. These projects are all low-cost and easy enough to do yourself.…
Use Pins and Staples to Prevent Gaps in Your Garden's Landscape Fabric
Sections of landscape fabric often pull apart after winter or heavy rainfall, allowing weeds to grow. Landscape fabric staples will hold the…
Best Way to Control Weeds
Reduce that tiresome weeding chore with a thick layer of organic mulch or a high quality landscape fabric. Both are easy to apply and…
Mulch is good for your plants and a great labor saver. It reduces evaporation, slows weed growth, improves soil quality, and makes your gardens…
Tree Pruning Techniques
Here's how to prune your tree without taking a big swath of tree bark along with it. Safely remove midsized branches for a healthier, better…
Landscaping: Tips for Your Backyard
Building brick paths and stone walls creates a magical landscape. It's also hard work. These tips will help you work smarter and faster and…
Easy Lawn Care Tips
Reduce yard chores and create a better lawn and gardens by following this expert advice, including establishing easy-mow borders and walks,…