Fall Fertilization

You have no doubt heard the phrase “Fall fertilization is the most important one of the year,” well, it’s true, and here’s why; From the hot days of summer, to the coldest day in February, your lawn is constantly evolving. As the weather cools and daylight decreases...

Some Useful Links for You to Get Started

It seems like you’re running a default WordPress website. Here are a few useful links to get you started: Migration How to use WordPress Migrator Plugin? Migrate WordPress from Siteground to Cloudways Migrate WordPress from GoDaddy to Cloudways General How do I take...

Vegetable Gardens and Raised Beds

Nice days during winter provide a great opportunity to get in the garden and improve the soil for next year.  Add a couple of inches of EKO or Nature’s Yield Compost to the surface and shovel or rototill to a depth of about 6″. Adding organic material will...

Flower Gardens

There is still time to plant spring flowering bulbs until the ground freezes. You’ll be happy you planted some extras when they bloom early next spring. If you cleaned out your annual pots you can recycle both the old plants and the soil, by either putting them...