After a long winter of snow, slush, and dirt build-up on your home, your siding and fencing can look less than stellar in the warm light of spring. Fortunately, a pressure washer can save you a paint job and leave your home looking brighter and cleaner instantly.
Sharp lawn mower blades will help you achieve a healthy lawn by creating clean cuts that keep grass green and even. If you start to notice uneven patches or brown spots, your lawn mower blades may be in need of some TLC. Here’s how you know when to sharpen your blades and when to replace them:
Over the fall and winter, debris probably built up in your gutters. With the increased spring showers, leaves, sticks, and grime can act as a dam and prevent water from flowing freely. To keep your gutters draining smoothly and prevent any damage from backed up rainwater, spring-clean your g…
April showers might bring more flowers—but they can also leave your garden unexpectedly swamped and your homegrown vegetables over-watered. This digital rain gauge makes monitoring rainfall easier than ever, and helps your lawn and garden thrive.
The weather may not be warm enough to plant summer-flowering bulbs or certain vegetables yet, but you can still get a jump start on your garden. These 5 simple tasks will prepare your garden for spring.
The tradition of carved jade disks called a bi began in China before the invention of writing. Dating back to Neolithic times, it's believed they represent the heavens. Later as the culture changed, so did the meaning and the value of the more contemporary jade bi. There are similar shapes i…
March offers an opportunity to plant a wide variety of vegetables and flowers. Take advantage of dry days and dig in.
Nothing beats a big wisteria in full bloom to catch the eye in a garden.
For a new gardener, spring is the most exciting season of the year. If you just can’t wait for warmer temperatures, and you’re ready to kickstart your garden this March, try these 4 hardy plants for some early blooms and vegetables.
Modern trends have transformed first gardens from love affairs into shopping experiences.