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To reduce maintenance, add a 4-in.-deep trench that’s lined with plastic edging and filled with mulch. The edging keeps grass roots from creeping into the stone wall, and the mulch provides a
Herb gardens not only produce tasty plants that can be used in your customer’s cooking, they also create beautiful focal pieces in a landscape and leave tantalizing scents throughout the
Before getting started on a new garden landscape, it’s best to plan your project on paper first. You can always refine your ideas by developing several versions, but date them
One great way to naturally fertilize your lawn is by using a mulching mower and leaving clippings in place. Applying too much fertilizer, on the other hand, can create problems.
Green lawns-yours, your neighbours’-are good for property values, and the pressure for upkeep can be intense. In some places, it’s nonnegotiable-as Betty Perry, a 70-year-old widow in Orem, Utah, found
If your starting point is a plant, rather than a location, choose your pot accordingly: for example, a hydrangea will need a much larger pot than a geranium. If your
Fall doesn’t have to be the end of the gardening season. Instead, consider it to be the start of next year’s garden; an opportunity to get started on new landscaping
Small gardens, especially in towns, are often hemmed in by buildings and tall boundaries that can prevent light reaching the ground, especially in winter when the sun is low. If
Continue preparing seedbeds for new plantings. Break the soil down to a roughly level surface, so that it can dry out during sunny or windy weather. This will help you to