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7 Tips to Prepare Your Lawn for the Fall and Winter Season

A healthy and rich green lawn not only showcases a beautiful home but is also a source of great pride. To maintain this beautiful look and thrive, it needs care and maintenance, which can be an uphill task. However, with the right tips, everything can become possible and easier. During the summer, your lawn is […]

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Healthy Kids Project: Preparing the Garden for Fall and Winter

It is exciting for kids to participate in planting a garden in the spring to harvest it in the summer, which can benefit them mentally, emotionally, and physically. But just because summer starts to fade into fall, it doesn’t mean that all outdoor garden activities should end yet. Taking the appropriate steps to preserve and […]

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5 Tips for Maintaining a Garden During Winter

Cold. Dark. Dank. Winter is not a time that you associate with happy times in your garden. In fact, many of us put a proverbial ‘do not disturb’ sign on the space during the winter month. But, does this have to be the case? You wouldn’t, after all, shut off a whole room in your […]

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Lawn care for your lawn in winter

How to Care for Your Lawn in Winter

Many people, even those who consider themselves to be clued up on the do’s and don’ts of gardening, assume that winter is a time to ditch the gardening and head inside, and in some respect this is true. However, if you want to ensure your lawn remains healthy and happy throughout the winter, there are […]

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Getting Your Yard Cleaned Up and Ready for Winter

Getting Your Yard Cleaned Up and Ready for Winter

Ensuring your yard is properly cleaned up and covered is the best way to prepare for the winter season. But how exactly do you achieve this? You probably know that winter may have effects on your yard that may take a while to recover from if proper precautions are not taken. When you love your […]

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Preparing Your Lawn For The Winter

As the weather gets colder our garden plants enter their dormant phase where they use stored energy to survive rather than thrive. The most noticeable symptom of this phase in our gardens is the slowdown of growth in our gardens. You will now be able to stop regular mowing of your lawn – I often leave […]

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