Here's the million dollar question. Is 2019 the year of your garden? Is this time that your garden will stand out among all the others in your neighborhood? It can be quite amazing to turn our attention to something new that we may have been neglecting in the past. You know those points in life … Continue reading Is 2019 the Year of Your Garden?
Today we are sharing 3 ways to be more intentional with your gardening. This includes planning and cultivating towards reaching your ultimate goal of creating your perfect dream garden. Gardening with intent ensures that you don't put in all that hard work only to find your efforts are wasted in the long term. When it … Continue reading 3 Ways to Be More Intentional with Your Gardening
During the winter months, it can be easy to neglect your garden somewhat since you’re not going to be in it that much, so it really doesn’t take priority that often. Whether it’s fixing that rain gutter or mowing the lawn, f you’re thinking of how to get your garden ready for spring, then now … Continue reading How to Get Your Garden Ready for Spring
You’ve got your wardrobe exactly on point, your home is an interior designer’s dream so now it’s time to turn your yard into a little slice of garden heaven.
Winter blues already starting to send you in to gardening withdrawal? Here are 5 ways you can begin preparing your garden for spring.
If you want your garden to look good without having to use chemical fertilizers, how can you make sure your plants get enough nutrients and what will help them to grow? But there is more to a garden than just plants, so included in these garden hacks are some ways to make sure the pergola, decking and anything else you have in your outside area stay in good condition.
Want to get more out of your garden? For most people, the garden is one of the most important parts of the home, and the more attention that is paid to it in this respect, the more likely it is that it will be able to be as well looked after as possible.
Probably, you of all people had the dream of visiting a fairyland once in your life when you were a kid. Today, I say it is no longer a dream because of the invention of the fairy garden that happened in the United States. Later, the trend grew so big that it splurged over the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and countries around them.
Fall is here again, and there are things that you must do in your garden to help keep it in good condition, and make it easier to maintain. You can plan how you want it to be in the spring, and be prepared for whatever the weather may bring.
Not everyone is blessed with green thumbs. You may not have the time or inclination to spend out in the garden all day, and that’s okay. You still deserve to have a garden that complements the home rather than providing a sharp contrast to all the care you put into the interior. Here, we’re going to look at the options for the lazy gardeners.