Why More People Are Installing Deep Root Watering Systems

Why More People Are Installing Deep Root Watering Systems

Have you struggling with your newly planted trees not surviving the summer?

Are you searching for a way to grow fuller trees and shrubs?

More and more everyday gardeners are installing aeration tubes for their gardens, trees, and shrubs. This article will help to shed light on what deep root watering systems are and why the everyday gardener is installing them.

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Lawn care strategies

Strategies to Bring Your Spring Lawn Back to Life

Strategies to Bring Your Spring Lawn Back to Life

Are you wondering when to start mowing your lawn this spring?

After the snow melted, did you find bare spots or weeds covering your lawn?

A beautiful green lawn seems to be a requirement in American suburbs these days. A long, harsh winter like the one we had this year can damage even the best cared for lawns.

That is why these tips will come in handy and help you bring life back into your spring lawn.

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Annual Guide to Gardening in the Midwest

Annual Guide to Gardening in the Midwest
If you live in the Midwest/Mountain Region of the United States, this article is for you. From January to December, this article provides you with a month by month guide to gardening for your region. Every month will have specific details for your area of what you need to know about gardening.

Here is Your Annual Guide to Gardening in the Midwest/Mountain Region:

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Fantastic Vegetable Combinations to Grow in Containers

Fantastic Vegetable Combinations to Grow in Containers

Are you looking to plant your own vegetable container garden?

Wondering which vegetables do well in a container?

One of the keys to growing a successful container garden is to make sure you combine the right vegetables to grow together. Oftentimes vegetables do better when they have companions, but that isn’t always the case.

Some vegetables love lots of water, while other vegetables thrive in dry environments. Knowing the right vegetables to combine together will help your container garden grow.

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Dirty Dozen and Clean Fifteen Shopper’s Guide

Organic Fruits & Vegetables

Looking for which vegetables to buy organic?

The EWG Shopper’s Guide has been published for 2015. The EWG Shopper’s Guide informs consumers all across America which fruits and vegetables have the highest levels of pesticides.

The EWG is the Environment Working Group. Every year they produce a shoppers’ guide. This guide is based on laboratory tests conducted by the USDA Pesticide Testing Program and the Food and Drug Administration.

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March Gardening Tips and Tricks for Your Garden

March Gardening Tips & Tricks

Over a year ago, we started publishing articles each Monday about gardening tips and tricks for each region of the United States. We decided to break down gardening tips into regions because March looks a lot different in Michigan than in California.

Each article is full of collected information to help make your garden and yard shine no matter which region you are in. Select the region below where you live to find your March gardening tips and tricks.

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Spring into Action and Get Ready For Your Spring Garden

Spring gardening tips

Wondering which vegetables you can plant in early spring?

Interested in starting an herb garden this spring?

Today, is the first day of spring for 2015. We are celebrating spring finally making its arrival by sharing our best spring information with you.

Below you will find a list of articles about spring with everything from planning your garden to planting.

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