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If you like fresh vegetables and herbs from the garden but don't think you can have a garden of your own, this is the project for you. The Family Handyman editor, Elisa Bernick shows you how to build a sub irrigated planter (also called a self- watering planter) that will allow you to grow your favorite foods and keep them watered, even while you are on vacation.
The Family Handyman editor, Elisa Bernick shares hints and tips for container gardening to ensure you have beautiful, healthy potted plants .
There is more to a healthy lawn than watering and fertilizing. The Family Handyman Senior Editor, Travis Larson, will show you how to determine what height is optimal for cutting your grass. Each type of grass has a recommended cutting height.
In this guide you will learn how to water your tomato plants .
If you love gardening but your life is a busy place, you're going to love this batch of great gardening tips that will help you plant , weed and water your garden more quickly. From bringing plants home from the nursery to easier watering and pruning techniques, these tips will help you plant and maintain a gorgeous garden with less effort. Less weeding and more relaxing…now that's great gardening!
Keep your lawn healthy and looking good by proper cutting, watering , fertilizing and aerating. Good timing and techniques mean less time and effort.
Make watering your lawn or garden easier with a remote outside faucet. Instead of dragging long lengths of hose, run a permanent underground pipe with a blowout valve to a convenient spot.
Surprisingly, fall is the season to develop a lusher, greener, healthier lawn . This is the time for aerating, the critical time for fertilizing, and mowing shorter than usual. Plus, even though the grass is entering its big sleep for winter; you’ll need to stay on top of the watering . All of this is to prepare your grass for its wake-up call in the spring. You’ll want it waking up with a belly-full of food, hydrated and free from disease. Here’s how to give your lawn everything it needs this fall.
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