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12 Cool Things to Do With Old Towels in the Garden - balconygardenweb.com - county Garden
balconygardenweb.com
27.02.2024 / 04:51

12 Cool Things to Do With Old Towels in the Garden

Old towels can be used in a variety of ways that can help you in a lot of day-to-day gardening chores to make it really easy for you!

Dreaming of Tulips in New York - finegardening.com - New York - state New York
finegardening.com
26.02.2024 / 08:35

Dreaming of Tulips in New York

Today we’re visiting with Lee, who gardens in central New York State. We’ve visited Lee’s garden before (Early Spring Blooms from the Mohawk Valley).

7 Problems You Should Fix Immediately Before Selling Your Home - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
25.02.2024 / 12:21

7 Problems You Should Fix Immediately Before Selling Your Home

Every homeowner knows a thing or two about how flipping certain spaces—namely the kitchen and bath—can help sell the home. However, prospective sellers should also pay attention to the minute and unobservable details and repairs that can slow down or cancel a sale.

I Tried the 90/90 Decluttering Rule in My Home, and It Worked - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
24.02.2024 / 11:57

I Tried the 90/90 Decluttering Rule in My Home, and It Worked

If I've learned one thing over the years, it’s that I am at my most effective and my most efficient when I operate under strict guidelines. This is never more true than when I’m attempting to declutter.

7 Tips for Carving Out a Hobby Space in Your Home - thespruce.com
thespruce.com
23.02.2024 / 21:15

7 Tips for Carving Out a Hobby Space in Your Home

There’s something fulfilling about having a dedicated space where you can get absorbed in your passion projects and mute the rest of the world. Yet, many of us refrain from starting a hobby because we think we don’t have room to do so. Not anymore.

When to plant collard greens from seeds or transplants - savvygardening.com - Georgia - county Day
savvygardening.com
23.02.2024 / 15:55

When to plant collard greens from seeds or transplants

Knowing when to plant collard greens is key to their success. They can be grown directly from seeds or the seedlings transplanted into garden beds or containers to get a head start on the harvest. When deciding how and when to plant collard greens, your local climate and the length of your growing season are some of the most important factors to consider. In this article you’ll learn about the importance of timing, when to start collard green seeds indoors, when to direct sow outdoors, when to transplant seedlings, and get tips for growing healthy plants.

13 Things that Come from Your Blender that Can Fertilize Your Plants - balconygardenweb.com
balconygardenweb.com
23.02.2024 / 10:09

13 Things that Come from Your Blender that Can Fertilize Your Plants

Do you realize that there are Things that Come from Your Blender that Can Fertilize Your Plants? Sounds odd? Keep on reading to find out!

When to Start Fertilizing Houseplants and When to Stop - balconygardenweb.com - state Texas
balconygardenweb.com
23.02.2024 / 05:39

When to Start Fertilizing Houseplants and When to Stop

Fertilizinghouseplants can be tricky – when to do it? How to do it? When to start it? When to end it? Well, all these questions can be confusing – not only for a beginner but for a seasoned gardener, too. So, is there a rulebook? Scroll down to get the answers!

How to Pick the Best Mulch for Your Mountain West Garden Beds - finegardening.com - state Colorado - state Utah - state New Mexico - county Lake
finegardening.com
19.02.2024 / 15:01

How to Pick the Best Mulch for Your Mountain West Garden Beds

Since entering horticulture professionally over a decade ago, I’ve noticed a correlation on the Colorado Front Range between wood mulch (also called arborist chips) and water-wise gardens. A beautifully designed garden goes in, with appropriate irrigation and plant palette, and the garden looks great—briefly—before languishing. Plants in these beds never quite take off, or they fail before their natural lifespans are over. I casually refer to this as plant/mulch mismatch, and it’s an issue I see too often, maybe because mulch is anything but exciting to the average homeowner.

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