Is it still a good time to plant trees and shrubs?
Fall is officially here. The leaves are changing and it’s time to plant trees and shrubs. It is also time to prepare your garden for winter. Read through the following list of tips for what to do in your yard this month in the Southwest Region of the United States.
Fall is here, and you may be wondering what to do in your garden this month. Today, we are sharing with you a complied list of tips and tricks for your yard. Please take a few minutes to read through the list below to find out what to do this month for the Southeast Region of the United States.
Fall is all about color. As a native to Michigan, we get one of the most beautiful fall shows. The landscape is ablaze with reds, yellows, purples, blues, and oranges dancing in the wind all season long. How can we bring that beautiful fall show home?
Today, we are sharing 10 of the top fall blooming flowers that could make the perfect addition to your fall garden oasis. Here are our top picks for fall color.
Would you like to fight your seasonal allergies naturally?
I went to the doctor a few weeks ago, and she took one look at my blood test and said, “You are allergic to about everything outside right now.” I looked back at her with my blood shot eyes, running nose and itchy throat and said, “yep.”
I have been an allergy sufferer for years; truly I don’t remember a time in my life where allergies weren’t an issue. I have taken all kinds of allergy medications, but honestly I want to fight my allergies as naturally as possible.
It can be easy to think that there isn’t much to do in your garden when the cooler weather of fall arrives. However, so much of what you do today will benefit you in the spring. Take a look at the following tips to help create your monthly to-do list for September.
Are you looking to add a little fall color to your landscape?
As autumn season begins to bloom, you might notice a beautifully colored yellow gingko tree also putting on a show. These trees are believed to be the oldest living species of tree on earth. They can live up to 1,000 years and grow 120 feet tall.
If you are looking to add a pop of fall color to your landscape with an unusual tree, the gingko tree is perfect for you. Today, we are sharing 5 tips about growing this sacred tree.
We are halfway through the month of September, and fall is almost here. We have assembled a list of tips to help you find out what you can do in your yard this month from preparing for winter to planting trees.