Happy New Year everyone! The year 2015 is finally here and before we start looking ahead, we wanted to take a moment to look back and reflect. We want you to know how much we appreciate all you support. We also wanted to check what our most visited articles were in 2014. This way, we can create more articles that you might find helpful. To that end, here are our top most visited articles in 2014 according to Google Analytics.
Is December a good month to plant bare-root trees?
Which vegetables are cool-season?
Winter has arrived, but for our friends in the Southeastern Region of the United States there is still a lot to get done. Today, we are covering tips for gardening this month that will help you prepare and take care of your landscape, fruits, vegetables, perennials and annuals.
How often should you water your cut Christmas tree?
If your cut Christmas tree is looking a little dried out or you just want to make sure everything is perfect for Christmas morning and through the New Year, you will want to make sure it has the best chance of staying as fresh as possible. Here are tips on keeping your cut tree fresh:
Is there an easy way to reduce the amount of weeds that grow in my yard?
Mulch brings so many amazing benefits to your yard, but what are they really? In this article, we are answering that question. So pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and find out why your yard needs some mulch.
Looking for some tips to make sure your garden is ready to go for winter?
Make sure your landscape and garden are ready for winter with the following tips. Here are December’s gardening tips for the Midwest and Mountain Regions of the United States. In addition, you will find winter and holiday and tips for picking the perfect Christmas tree.