1. Keeping an Eye on Your Lawn in Winter

    Winter marks the end of intensive lawn care in most places. As the temperature of the air drops, the lawn’s cravings to grow do as well. Most strains of grass will turn dormant throughout the winter and stop growing. They will do just enough to stay alive, but that’s about it. This means you’l…Read More

  2. Planting Deer Resistant Plants

    For garden planters in Cumming, Georgia, the frequent interruptions and disruptions of deer munching on various plants has long since been a common occurrence.  While the natural beauty of deer in the backyard is awfully hard to beat, their constant appetites have the ability to ruin a garden. Whet…Read More

  3. Bagging Your Lawn versus Mulching It

    Mowing the lawn is something that you are going to be doing about once a week, depending on where you live and what the weather conditions are like. Since people who mow the lawn will be doing this chore a lot over the summer and into the fall, the question of bagging the clipping versus simply mulc…Read More

  4. Insects in Your Garden: The Friendly Invasion

    Everywhere you look for tips on gardening, you learn about nets, pesticides, and other techniques of keeping living things from invading your garden. They come in hordes during the growing season and seem to know just when to appear (just when your plants are starting to show maturity). Many garden …Read More

  5. Gardening During the Winter Months

    It can be hard to not get antsy as a gardener in Georgia right now. Even though the warm temperatures start to peek through the cold ones, your plants are still going to be in their winter dormancy. While your plants are in their winter dormancy, there are still things that you can do around your ga…Read More

  6. Bagging Your Lawn versus Mulching It

    Mowing the lawn is something that you are going to be doing about once a week, depending on where you live and what the weather conditions are like. Since people who mow the lawn will be doing this chore a lot over the summer and into the fall, the question of bagging the clipping versus simply mulc…Read More

  7. Keeping an Eye on Your Lawn in Winter

    Winter marks the end of intensive lawn care in most places. As the temperature of the air drops, the lawn’s cravings to grow do as well. Most strains of grass will turn dormant throughout the winter and stop growing. They will do just enough to stay alive, but that’s about it. This means you’l…Read More

  8. Keeping Your Lawn a Healthy Height

    Keeping your lawn healthy and lush can be time consuming.  Many new homeowners do not realize how much effort they will have to put into their lawn to ensure that they are getting the results that they want with their grass. When you have a lawn, you should be sure that you know what type of grass …Read More

  9. Naturally Shooing Away Unwanted Visitors

    If you find that your lawn has become the neighborhood hangout for dogs, there are some natural solutions that may benefit you.  It can be difficult and awkward to approach dog owners and sometimes dog owners may not necessarily care that their dog is on your lawn.  No matter what your situation i…Read More