Meadows do not require the same frequent tending to that lawns require, but cultivating an attractive and low-maintenance meadow does involve a few important steps and techniques.
It's common knowledge that compost improves water drainage, fertility, and structure of garden soil.
Most gardeners know that for the best results in their vegetable gardens, flower borders, and lawns, they need to start with fertile soil.
Composting turns household wastes into valuable fertilizer and soil organic matter.
Apply only the nutrients plants can use. Here is some basic information about feeding your plants.
A perfect lawn depends on constant care...regular mowing, fertilizer, water, monitoring, maybe chemicals and lots of tough love.
Both a fine art and a science.
What to do when the leaves fall.
Your lawn needs more than just water—it needs several nutrients to keep it healthy and looking great.
After the construction crews have gone and the debris have been cleared from the building site, homeowners have to turn their attention to a new quandary—how to turn a muddy lot into a lush lawn.