Category: environmental

Lose Your Lawn (or part of it)

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As unconventional as it may sound to some of the hobbyist gardeners, your lawn just takes too many resources in, including your water, your time and your energy. A lot of water and fertilizers are needed to keep…

Mulch Your Landscape

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Well, in case you didn’t know it, the matter of the fact is that your garden, your plants, and specifically your garden’s soil that everything grows upon need protecting. Mulching will be a perfect way of providing such a natural and harmless, chemicals-free kind of protection. So, first thing’s first…

Grow Your Own Food

While this one may sound just a little bit too obvious for anyone, but just think of how many edibles you are capable of growing (and subsequently consuming) if your garden’s area exceeds a standard size. Starting with such basic things as berries, vegetables, and fruits, there’s a whole world of possible…

Plant Perennials

Yeah, getting your garden full of these ever-blooming trees or plants may enhance its look tremendously! Our piece of advice on that will be to firstly pick those perennials that are best adapted to your USDA Zone; you can find Zone information on the plant tag. To save money, you can buy small perennials.