Leaving on vacation; seven days of stress free fun and escape from the hum-drum duties we all face in maintaining our properties during the summer season.
Who says backyard games are just for kids! Sure, field hockey, baseball and football are probably the first games that come to mind. And, when you think of adult games, most of us think of croquet and a few other activities that never entail working up a sweat.
As summer arrives, lawns across the country begin to show signs of stress. Even the best maintained turf will become stressed as temperatures climb to near 90 degrees, followed by the same high humidity.
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Out of all the possible animals in which one could choose to raise, there’s a particular kind that’s relatively low maintenance. These animals don’t need you to pick up their manure, they don’t need you to feed them, and they even get their own water.
Honey Bees practically take care of themselves and can leave you with a heavy payload of delicious golden honey that blows that artificial store-bought stuff out of the water.
Even though bees can be considered easy to maintain and take care of, it’s essential that you make the right initial efforts when starting a hive and know the basics in order to give them healthy happy lives.
No doubt, landscaping the front lawn will deliver all sorts of benefits; from simply creating beauty and framing in your home with color and shape, to increasing the value of your property by as much as 15%.
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The most common turf grass in the northern two thirds of the US is Kentucky Bluegrass. Because of its natural beauty, ability to spread, thicken on Its own and fill in damaged areas, Ky Blue is the first choice of most homeowners.
Before you make your lawn fertilizer purchase for the season, it makes sense to get all the facts…about lawn fertilizers.
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During the spring and throughout the growing season, your favorite evergreen trees and shrubs are subject to serious damage from a wide, wide variety of insect and disease pests.
Why is the neighbor’s lawn so pristine? Where are the weeds? Why do the beds look almost professionally maintained? The likely answer to these questions is summed up in a word, MULCH.
If you’re in the mood for a quick and fun project that’ll give your yard some character and pizazz then search no farther. Here you’ll learn four quick and simple do-it-yourself projects that are cheap and easy to make happen. Summer’s a time to show off your yard, so add one of these cool ideas and make your friends and family jealous when they’re over for a barbeque