Lawn & Landscape
Summer Lawn Watering Guide
Flower Care 101
|Rose Care: Pruning Basics
Basic information about rose pruning. Rose pruning is a must do chore while being the most dreadful. Below is a list of information regarding how to go about rose pruning.
|Signs of Common Rose Pests
Signs of Common Rose Pests. Some pests specifically target roses such as aphids, inchworms, and thirps. Learn how to control rose pests.
|Rose & Flower Care: FAQ
Questions regarding rose and flower care. Below is a list of questions regarding the care and treatment of rose and flower care. There are questions ranging from time frames to planting.
|Growing Spring-Blooming Bulbs
Growing spring-blooming bulbs. Bulb boast an easy-grows-it personality while requiring minimal effort to plant and maintain. They also blend in well with surrounding plants so it is possible to grow them into existing landscapes.
|Winterizing Your Lawn
Ways to prepare your lawn for winter. Lawns needs to be prepared for the winter season. One way to prepare your lawn for winter is fertilizing. Learn what areas in your lawn need fertilizing by taking a soil test.
|Which Weed Control Product is Right for You?
The products that control weed growth. Weeds pop up in all places but it’s tough to figure out what kind of weeds you’re dealing with. Our guide will show what options you have when deciding what product will kill off your weed situation.
|What To Plant on a Slope
Plants that go well on an incline. Gardening on an incline isn’t easy. Mowing and watering a sloped yard or garden is a challenge but some plants thrive on a slope. Learn about the specific plants that do well on a hill or incline.
|Weeds & Allergies: You Can Still Go Outside
Control weeds to reduce exposure to pollen. Spring is an exciting time for gardeners but it also is the start of allergy season. Weeds are one of the top pollen allergy offenders. Learn the ways to control weeds to reduce this exposure.
|Warm Season vs. Cool Season Grasses
Warm season vs. Cool season grasses. Lawn grasses are commonly organized into cool-season vs warm-season. Before fertilizing, you need to determine the type of grass you have and the typical growth cycle for your area.
|Saving Water During Summer
Saving water tips during the summer. As summer arrives, average household water consumption more than doubles, mostly due to landscape irrigation. With a few simple steps, you can reduce your landscape’s water needs.