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October 17 2012
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Decorating Your Lawn and Porch for Fall

For many people, autumn is their favorite season. This can be a really fun time to decorate your yard and, if you like, your front porch. It doesn’t have to be just about Halloween. With the right fall landscaping, plants and flowers, you can create a beautiful autumn look that will roll perfectly right into […]

September 10 2012
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Pruning Your Shrubs and Plants

If you look out your window and see a jungle rather than a landscaped garden, it’s probably time to think about pruning. Regular pruning helps establish shapely shrubs and trees with vigorous, balanced growth. Trimmed shrubs also create structure. By pruning your garden regularly, you can keep the jungle at bay and create a template […]

August 10 2012
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Planning for this Fall – Six Recommended Shrubs

Although the spring season is over, there are plenty of shrubs that blossom for the fall. Warm, beautiful autumn colors can create a welcoming lawn or garden without the need of pastels. The following are recommended shrubs that will still look great in the autumn and keep your lawn looking vibrant. Virginia Sweetspire By the […]

July 25 2012
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How to Attract Butterflies to Your Garden

Butterflies are a beautiful addition to any garden. Every time we see one it brings a smile. They are light as a feather, colorful, happy creatures. But did you know they are the second largest group of animals on earth? Beetles are the largest group, with 300,000 known species. Butterflies and moths come in second, […]

July 17 2012
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Controlling Weeds

You love your lawn and garden, but you hate those pesky weeds! They pop up all over the place and are quick to grow. How can you get rid of them? Here we share some tips and information about preventing and removing weeds. You can always hand pull or dig weeds out but you have […]

June 24 2012
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Creating a Window Box Part II: Enhance Your Home

Nothing brightens a drab area or the front of your home like an array of colorful flowers and green plants. Window boxes are a fairly simple and popular way to beautify the outside of your home. In a separate article, we gave you ideas for what to plant in your window box. Miniature roses, pansies, […]

May 23 2012
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Less Leaves – Choosing Trees For Your Yard

Trees are beautiful… and let’s face it—we need them on our planet. We appreciate their beauty and shade but when you see someone’s yard with no trees in it, most likely that’s because they did not want to bother with cleaning up leaves. However, there are trees and shrubs that do not shed their leaves […]