Unclog A Drip Irrigation System

If you use a drip irrigation system to supply water to your vegetable garden and you have noticed that water isn't coming out of one of the system's drip emitters, dirt may be clogged inside of the tubing or drip emitter or the filter may need to be replaced. Inspect and clean the tubing and emitter and replace the filter if necessary by following the instructions below. As a result, your garden will receive plenty of water and crops growing in it will continue to thrive. Read More 

4 Landscaping Maintenance Tips To Help Prepare Your Home For The Market

If the time has come to move and you need to sell your home, there are some things that can be done to help improve your chances of finding a buyer. Since first impressions mean a lot, you may want to do some simple improvements to your landscaping to help give your home an attractive look. This can be things like seeding and patching those bald spots in the lawn or sprucing up a flowerbed a little. Read More 

5 Tips To Avoid Thirsty Plants In Your Vegetable Garden

Planting a vegetable garden? It's a great way to enjoy healthier food and work together on a family project. But most gardeners don't exactly look forward to trying to keep their tender, growing plants properly watered. Whether it's over-watering or under-watering, the results can include a smaller yield or even less tasty veggies. So, how can you avoid watering problems in your new garden? Here are 5 tips to keep you covered all summer long. Read More 

Tips For Ensuring Pet-Friendly Landscaping In Your Yard

If you have pets that spend time in your yard, it's important that you're careful about the landscaping in the area. Before you treat your lawn for anything, you need to be sure that anything you use is pet-friendly. Here are some tips to ensure that your yard is a safe environment for your pets. Be Careful What You Fertilize With Fertilizer can be toxic to your household pets if you don't apply it properly. Read More 

Tips For Landscaping Around A Wet Spot

Low-lying areas of the lawn can be a landscaping nightmare, since they will be prone to sogginess and mud. The overly wet soil also increases the chances of root rot, making it more difficult to find plants that will thrive in the area. The following tips can help you improve the site and landscape it successfully. Tip #1: Install drainage If standing water after irrigation or rain is the problem, the installation of some simple drainage may be sufficient to fix the problem. Read More