Have you been watching the news about the E. coli outbreak?
Do you fear that there could be E. coli in your backyard?
Recently, the news has been full of reports about E. coli outbreaks. In June of this year, New Orleans had an outbreak that tragically resulted in the death of an infant. Are you aware that water can carry E. coli? Did you know that when storm water collects and is not properly controlled, it can affect our lakes?
Do you find that you have a lot of storm water runoff?
Did you know you could be issued a fine for it?
We have all seen storm water runoff and maybe even have it in our own backyards. While that storm water may seem harmless, it is known for encouraging the spread of many diseases such as E. Coli. Storm water can also cause pollution, and for The California Department of Transportation it was a very expensive dilemma.
Do you want to plant flowers, shrubs and trees, but don’t know what zone you are?
Are you wondering what a “zone” is?
Then this article is for you. Today, we are taking a deeper look into gardening zones. We are going to answer what a zone is, why it is important to gardeners and what zone you live in. Whether you have a green thumb or you are new to the gardening world, knowing about zones is going to make gardening easier.
Does where you live restrict your ability to garden?
There are many reasons why using containers to garden might be right for you. Container gardening can offer you an easy flexible way to garden that can keep things mobile. It can also be a solution for those of us who live in apartments or have certain rules about gardening in our neighborhoods. Today, we are going to take a deeper look at 5 reasons that container gardening is right for you.
Welcome back to Rose Friday. Rose Friday is our weekly series where we discuss tips and how to care for roses. Last week, we talked about The 7 Different Types of Roses.
Would you like to fertilize your roses organically?
Are you wondering what the best fertilizer for your roses?
Once upon a time, fertilizer was known as one thing to gardeners and rose gardeners in particular, well-rotted cow manure. They would bring the manure in by the load, thickly spread it over their rose beds and knew they would have impressive results.
How are the hot temperatures affecting your garden?
Are you looking for some tips for your garden this August?
Hot temperatures and droughts; this summer has been difficult on our plants and landscapes. For most of the country, August’s days a filled with hot temperatures and can make gardeners feel exasperated. However, the season is not over and may be an important month for your garden.
Here are some fabulous gardening tips for this August.
Do you want to make your watering system more ‘green’?
What Is LEED?
LEED stands for The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Green Building Rating System. It encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices through the creation and implementation of universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria.
Welcome back to Rose Friday. Rose Friday is our weekly series where we discuss tips and how to care for roses. Last week, we talked about What is the Best Rose?
Did you know there are 7 different types of Roses?
The roses that are most commonly known are the hybrid tea roses. However, there are other types of roses some that can reach 45 feet when tied to fences or supported by buildings and some that smell of honey. According to the All America Rose Selection, there are 7 types of roses and additional roses falling into those types. On this Rose Friday, we are going to take a look at the 7 different types of roses.