1. Earthworms: Your Natural Gardening Assistants

    In the world of gardening, there are a variety of environmental factors you need to be aware of; many of them are to your advantage, while others can make your harvests more difficult.  Insects and other invertebrates can be extremely detrimental to your plants, but the earthworm is an important pa…Read More

  2. The Importance of Soil Testing

    When you are trying to grow an immaculate lawn or garden, the first place to look is at the soil. Many people will simply look at how dark or soft it is and figure it is fertile soil. It is important to know what is in your soil before you start planting as it can save you from problems in the futur…Read More

  3. Take Care of Your Lawn the Organic Way

    Fundamentally, your lawn’s health depends on the health of its soil. A soil rich in nutrients, sporting a healthy mini-ecosystem, provides the most ideal growing conditions for your lawn. Introducing poisons and industrial chemicals can have devastating effects on your soil’s ecosystem, not to m…Read More

  4. 3 Things You Need to Know Before Watering Your Lawn This Summer

    Keeping your lawn lush and green throughout the summer is going to depend a lot on how you’re watering it. Your lawn should get about 1-1.5 inches of water per week, whether it’s from watering or precipitation. Also, grass roots grow on average 6 inches deep, so you need to make sure the water p…Read More

  5. Basic Soil Components

    It is easy to look at the earth in our front yards and think that it is all the same, just dirt.  This is correct to a degree, but when it comes down to it, there are many different types of soil, and knowing what kind you have can help you to improve your garden and produce the best fruits.  Ther…Read More

  6. Successfully Planting and Growing Grass

    Do you have the right soil? Having a great lawn requires soil that can support a great lawn. The soil is important in ensuring that the grass that is growing is going to get the proper nutrients and be protected from many different harmful elements that may enter through the root system. Lawn care …Read More