Many people assume that gardens are just a summer hobby, but there’s no reason you can’t keep yours growing all year round with the right planning. Choosing plants that are right for the season, maintaining your lawn and protecting your plants are all ways to let your garden grow regardless of the temperature outside. Learn how to help your plants weather the changing seasons with these four tips.
There are many great reasons to start a garden, such as growing fresh, nutritious produce, getting more exercise or just beautifying your yard. If you’ve decided to give your green thumb a workout, one of the most important factors in your garden’s success is getting those plants in the ground at the right time. Whether you’re starting a garden for the first time or you’re a seasoned planter, here’s how to know the right time to plant your garden.
Spending time in your yard this spring can provide you not only with fresh air and time in nature, but also with plenty to do to remain productive and creative. If you are looking for a reason to spend time in your yard this coming spring, there are a few activities and hobbies to consider and keep in mind.
When the winter season ends it’s time to get your yard ready for the arrival of spring and summer. There are important things you should do to get your yard off to a good start. Keep reading to find out 4 ways to prepare ahead of time for next season’s landscaping.
You might have always liked the idea of planting your own garden and taking care of your own plants, but you might be a little bit overwhelmed as a beginner gardener. This is certainly understandable, but the good news is that you don’t actually have to have a lot of supplies and knowledge to get started. In fact, once you stock up on the four supplies listed below, you should not have a problem getting started with your first gardening project.
As we continue to evolve as a society, we are constantly looking for ways to take better care of ourselves. This also includes a concern for the environment. It is no secret that the planet will be vastly different in future generations if we continue at the pace we are going today. In order to do your own small part in correcting the ills of previous generations, you might be looking for ways to make your home greener. This is certainly a positive step to take, so continue reading to learn about five lifestyle changes you can make now to ensure that this happens.
Many people dream of creating a world-class garden, but that type of project is easier said than done. If you want your garden to stand out, then you will need to spend a little extra time planning out some of the key features.
Having a beautiful lawn or garden helps you enjoy your home more. It also makes it more attractive for visitors and neighbors too. And if your preparing to move, a well-manicured yard is a key part of curb appeal. But to help you enjoy your green areas more, it’s important to have fantastic walkways or patios that pass alongside or right through your grass and flowers. One of the best and most versatile materials you can use is stamped concrete.
After seeing beautiful parks, beaches, gardens, resorts, forests, and cities, travellers always want to bring some of that beauty back with them. It seems that physically you can’t bring more than a few stones, but ideas you get are the real treasure you came up with. Even though photos and souvenirs can help us remember the places we’ve been to, actually being able to recreate some of the things we’ve seen can do much more. We’ve put together a list of garden design ideas that will help you feel like you’re actually stepped back into a distant land.
Have you ever thought about where your food comes from? We don’t mean what grocery store you buy it from or what meal delivery service you order from. We mean where it originates from. So much of our groceries start off in the soil, and you can embrace your inner farmer. These are four tips for successfully growing your own food this summer.