The Sky’s the Limit: Vertical Gardening

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You don’t have to have a large yard to have a big garden. Rather than going out, have you ever considered going up? Even in the tiniest of spaces, vertical gardening allows you to surround yourself with plants. And, one of the best things about vertical gardening is that the plants do double duty as a privacy screen from neighbors or unsightly views.

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Your vertical garden can be a simple trellis with the plants firmly rooted in ground soil or a pot but options are available where the soil is actually contained within a vertical . . . → Read More: The Sky’s the Limit: Vertical Gardening

Transform Your Yard from a Nature-Bully to an Eco-Friend

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Most people don’t even know their yard is harmful to the environment as well as the wildlife that depends on it. It’s hard to recognize a bully, especially if that bully is a beautiful, lovingly groomed garden or yard brought into existence by your skillful green thumb. A garden can look green and still have a not-so-green impact on the ecosystem near your home and the world at large. Just realizing that your garden isn’t as eco-friendly as it could be is a great first step, but here are five ways you can take action now.

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Going Green

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Just because you enjoy outdoor living doesn’t necessarily mean that you are interested in going green in your habits. However, I would bet that a good many outdoor living enthusiasts do have concerns about the environment and the future of our planet. I would also make a wager that a substantial number of people who enjoy outdoor living also enjoy looking at a nice landscape surrounding their outdoor room. Nobody wants to sit on a deck or patio without some ambience surrounding them. Nor do they desire to view plants that are puny, sickly, or in the . . . → Read More: Going Green

Dreaming of a Springtime Garden

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It is never too early to begin planning your garden for the season. As soon as the rush of the holidays is over and the dust has begun to settle on the new year, I like to sit down with the garden catalogs that have been accumulating and start dreaming of my own flower-filled patch of heaven on earth.

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Gardening takes time and careful planning. Taking inventory of existing plants, what will come back, what will not, what needs to be moved before planting anything else, and what needs a little extra care should be . . . → Read More: Dreaming of a Springtime Garden

Deck the House for All to See. Fa La La La La…

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As we rapidly move from Thanksgiving to Christmas, bows, garlands, wreaths, and lots of lights are being installed into landscapes everywhere. Away with the pumpkins, corn, wheat, pilgrims, squash, and hay and make way for the splendor and wonder of Christmas decorations everywhere that we can think to put them!

And why not? Christmas is a magical time of year when all things seem possible, people seem more cheerful, and the cares of the world fade just a little bit as we indulge in making our homes festive and inviting.

One of the things I love so . . . → Read More: Deck the House for All to See. Fa La La La La…