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Get a Jump on Spring by Planting Seeds Indoors Now

The best part about late winter/early spring is starting your summer garden now by planting seeds indoors. It's a great feeling knowing how your plants started, but also the tremendous amount of money you save by starting your own…See More
Jan 30, 2013
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Protecting My Outdoor Furniture

A friend of mine recently asked me what steps she should take regarding protecting her patio furniture from the weather now that the warm summer months are long gone. She was saying how in years past she simply leaves it out in the weather without any protection but she got tired of replacing a seat here and a cushion there every year or two. I never gave any thought to it since I’ve always made a habit out of putting my outdoor furniture away the first cool weekend of autumn.…See More
Oct 22, 2012
Evil Garden Gnome commented on GardenTeam's blog post Yes or No on Polywood Furniture?
"No clue about furniture But if it's the stuff I'm thinking of / Pretty sure it is It should make excellent furniture   I used some 2X4 pieces as a border in an area that's pretty much constantly moist & the…"
Aug 30, 2012
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Yes or No on Polywood Furniture?

I’m currently in the market for some new patio furniture. My current outdoor chairs have seen better days; I think it going to be just easier and a little more cost effective to buy new instead of trying to repair them. I’ve seen a few places running clearances and sales on sets so I thought now is as good a time as any.As I was doing some research, I came across a few people extolling poly-wood furniture. There really wasn’t too much information out there but what I found sounds pretty…See More
Aug 24, 2012
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Answering some Questions on Summer & Fall Blooming Bulbs

This year I decided to forgo my usual vegetable garden and go with a flower garden instead. I had a few naysayers but I think that’s because they liked eating my excess veggie bounty. The first thing I learned is that flower gardening is a little different than vegetable gardening, especially for a beginner like me.As I was searching for bulb planting tips I came across this post* on how to handle summer blooming bulbs and fall blooming bulbs. I thought maybe some of you could find it helpful…See More
Aug 8, 2012
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Trying to Breathe Life into my Dead Lawn

How’s everyone doing this warm July day? I don’t know about you but I LOVE this hot weather. I’d take the 90 degree temperatures over the cold and snow any day. Even though it is super hot out, you can still get various chores done around the yard or in the garden in the morning and evening hours at least. When it’s snowing,…See More
Jul 17, 2012
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How To Identify Eco-Friendly Products

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Jun 27, 2012
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How to Safely Stop the Neighbor’s Pets from Going in Your Yard

Dog waste can be a frustrating lawn care problem for any homeowner. When in small amounts, animal waste may produce a green up or fertilizer effect while larger quantities often result in brown, dead patches. Though these spots recover over time, the areas of brown, dead grass are not only ugly, they are sometimes large enough to require reseeding or re-sodding. When dogs urinate in your lawn, the excessive amount of ammonia present in the urine can kill your grass. Ammonia, while a fertilizer,…See More
Jun 27, 2012
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Who Knew Plants Love Coffee?

What gardener doesn’t enjoy spending a relaxing morning sipping a cup of joe as they take in the beauty of their garden?  It is easily the best way to start any day. Did you know the plants in your garden enjoy a good cup of coffee, as well? Your flowers and vegetables actually prefer coffee grounds to a cup of coffee but you get the idea. Utilizing used coffee, as well as tea, can produce wonderful benefits for your garden, not to mention for the environment by diverting material away from…See More
Jun 6, 2012
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Get a Jump on Spring by Planting Seeds Indoors Now

The best part about late winter/early spring is starting your summer garden now by planting seeds indoors. It's a great feeling knowing how your plants started, but also the tremendous amount of money you save by starting your…

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Posted on January 30, 2013 at 10:22am

Protecting My Outdoor Furniture

A friend of mine recently asked me what steps she should take regarding protecting her patio furniture from the weather now that the warm summer months are long gone. She was saying how in years past she simply leaves it out in the weather without any protection but she got tired of replacing a seat here and a cushion there every year or two. I never gave any thought to it since I’ve always made a habit out of putting my outdoor furniture away the first cool weekend of autumn.…

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Posted on October 22, 2012 at 2:01pm

Yes or No on Polywood Furniture?

I’m currently in the market for some new patio furniture. My current outdoor chairs have seen better days; I think it going to be just easier and a little more cost effective to buy new instead of trying to repair them. I’ve seen a few places running clearances and sales on sets so I thought now is as good a time as any.

As I was doing some research, I came across a few people extolling poly-wood furniture. There really wasn’t too much information out there but what I found sounds…

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Posted on August 24, 2012 at 3:54pm — 1 Comment

Answering some Questions on Summer & Fall Blooming Bulbs

This year I decided to forgo my usual vegetable garden and go with a flower garden instead. I had a few naysayers but I think that’s because they liked eating my excess veggie bounty. The first thing I learned is that flower gardening is a little different than vegetable gardening, especially for a beginner like me.

As I was searching for bulb planting tips I came across this post* on how to handle summer blooming bulbs and fall blooming bulbs. I thought maybe some of you could find…

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Posted on August 8, 2012 at 9:15am

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