Gardening for Mental Health

If you’re reading this article, you’ve most likely stumbled across it because you’re feeling stressed, anxious, or depressed. The pressures of modern life — our digital lives, the demands of making a living, can all have a negative effect on mental health. But you can find relief in your own yard. There are a number […]

Picking a Drought-Tolerant Grass Type

You love having a thick, green lawn, but you dread your summer water bills. And the minute water restrictions begin during a drought, it can all feel like money down the drain. What if you could turn off the tap and rest easy knowing that your grass won’t wither and brown under a little dry […]

Guide to Understanding Soil Types

Wondering what to plant to get the most out of your yard? The right grass, shrubs, flowers, and other greenery depend heavily on the type of soil you have. That’s right, not all turf is created equally! Soil is more than just dirt. While the makeup changes with locations and there are different soil textures, […]

13 Interesting Trees for a Winter Garden

It’s dark, dreary, and drab and you’ve prepared your yard for winter. But everything across your lawn and garden are shades of taupe. It’s sad and boring. Winter has arrived and will be around for months to come. It can be depressing looking over a bleak landscape day after day, especially after the holidays are […]

Yard Work Safety

There’s no place like home … to injure yourself. In much the same way that most car accidents take place within five miles of home, most of our injuries take place on our own properties. As people head outside to embark on various projects, some will end in aches, sprains, and worse. Here’s a list […]

Benefits of Composting for Your Lawn

Looking for a cost-efficient way to a beautiful lawn with healthier grass? Composting may be the answer.  You may associate compost with gardens and flower beds, but there are several benefits to adding the beautiful rot to your grass, too.  What Is Compost? Compost is organic material, made up of decomposing living matter. Food scraps […]