Backyard space is also one of the best places in your home. If you have backyard space and want to give it a beautiful look then this article is for you. No matter whether your backyard space is big or small, it matters how we make it worthwhile by taking care of big or small … Continue reading Top 10 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Backyard Space|Guest Post
Are you a seasoned gardener? Or more of a beginner wanting to venture into the world of flora and fauna this new year? Maybe you're neither a veteran nor a novice, but someone who has been able to cultivate a satisfactory level of gardening skills and experience? Whichever category you fall into, before you get down and dirty in your gardens, it's best to check out the top 7 garden trends for 2018.
Instead of a long post today, I'm sharing an awesome infographic: Buying A Hose Reel: The Definitive Guide. Matt Green from Gardening Easily reached out to me and offered this infographic for me to share. It tells the whole story of the importance of a good, sturdy hose reel. Although we are in the middle … Continue reading Buying A Hose Reel: The Definitive Guide
Don't go overboard with purchasing gardening tools. After all, if you're buying them for the first time, you need to get an initial set of tools before moving on with anything advanced as a beginner.
After a long, hot summer followed by a long, hot fall, it's finally begun to cool down here in the coastal region of North Carolina. This is the time of year that I love. There's a cool nip in the air, yet it isn't freezing cold. It's the perfect time to get out in the yard. This is the perfect time to tackle these 5 essential jobs to get your yard ready for winter.
If you’re a green-fingered garden lover, winter can be a hard time for you. But you don’t just have to gaze longingly at your seeds and pictures of blooming plants online. There are a few hardy fruits and vegetables that can be sown in greenhouses throughout the colder months. Growth can be slow for some, and others may be ready to harvest in spring, but these seven plants will keep you busy when there’s frost on the ground.
Recently, we talked about succulent vegetables you can enjoy planting in your garden this approaching fall. Today, we are focusing on the flowering species that are best suited to the autumn season. The fall season is usually a vibrant one characterized with lots and lots of beautiful colors and an enjoyable ambiance. Whether you're a … Continue reading 4 Colorful Flowers for Your Garden or Patio This Fall
Every season demands its own special decoration to highlight or emphasize its inherent characteristics. Autumn is no different and today we are going to check out 9 DIY ideas for decorating your patio this fall. A classic fall decoration combo is the pumpkin and mums duo. You know fall (and Halloween) is around the corner … Continue reading 9 DIY Ideas for Autumn Patio Decor
Fall is just around the corner, and today we are looking at 6 vegetables to plant in your fall garden. If you are wondering what the hurry is all about as summer won't end for at least a month and some days, it's because autumn is your last chance to get fresh juicy vegetables from … Continue reading 6 Vegetables to Plant in Your Fall Garden
Continuing with our upcycling trend, we'd be looking at 6 ways to upcycle an old chair. For those of us who are still not sure of the difference between recycling and upcycling, we had a post solely focused on that last week. Do check it out. It's fun and educating! Upcycling simply means transforming or … Continue reading 6 Ways to Upcycle an Old Chair