Does Weed Barrier Really Keep Out Weeds?

There is a lot of hype right now whether or not weed barrier is worth the money to fight weeds in your landscaping. Over the years I have heard many options on whether the fabric actually keeps out weeds or is it just a money maker for the big box stores. Well,...

How To Get Your Flower Beds Ready For Spring

Taking care of your landscaping beds can really be a big pain in the neck. Literally! Weeding is very important when maintaining your beds. These little invaders not only make your beds look horrible they are swiping vital nutrients from your plants. So not only do...

Dividing Sedum “Autumn Joy”

Autumn Joy  or Sedum spectabile is one of my favorite perennials in my landscaping. It is virtually maintenance free and has shown to be very hardy without becoming the least bit invasive or crowding to other plants around. Great border plant with ornamental grasses...

$ave Money Splitting Ferns

If you didn’t already know, ferns are one of the oldest plants on earth, dating back 350 millions years ago. Today they are the houseplant of choice not only because they are beautiful but also for their ease of care. Now, there are many types of ferns to choose...

The Organic Lawn

Americans love their lawns. As Americans we want them to be the best of the neighbor hood and the greener, healthier and lusher it is the better. Guess what? You can have that lawn you’ve always wanted without spending hours and weeks at a time taking are of it....

Spring Guide To Lawncare

1. Pull Back Winter Mulch and Debris Early Spring Time If you had layed mulch or pine needles to protect plants during the harsh winter months then it is time to pull that back before the extreme heat of the summer is among us. Include any debris such as small tree...