Monthly Archives: September 2010

. . . That is the question. Mulch serves several purposes: it retains moisture for the roots, it protects the plants from erosion, keeps weeds down and overall makes everything look neat and clean. Generally, it is recommended that mulch be applied twice a year: in the spring and in the fall. However, with the […]

Spring cleaning is what we do in our homes to get the clutter out, streamline and freshen things up. Outdoor organizing can can have the same therapeutic effect. Get ready for the holidays by de-cluttering and re-organizing your landscape. Begin by removing any debris that has been collecting throughout the yard: Leaves, fallen branches, expired […]

Time seems to be moving more swiftly every year and well-laid plans are swept away in the maelstrom of reality. Instead of letting another fall slip by with only good intentions to show for it, start now to make the best use of your fall planting time. The heat is still threatening, though there are […]

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