Starting Your Own Subsistence Vegetable Garden: Three Things To Know


Gardening is an enjoyable hobby, but you can take your green thumb to the next level by starting your own subsistence garden in your back yard. This will allow you to grow all the vegetables you serve to your family each day, but you'll need to learn how to handle each vegetable to ensure it grows properly. Here are just some of the many things you'll need to know to have a diverse and successful vegetable garden.

7 November 2016

Tips For Transporting And Installing Sod


Using sod to plant a new lawn is the quickest way to ensure even and lush grass coverage. Picking up the sod directly from the sod farm means you can get it soon after it is cut and put it down the same day, which is the best way to encourage healthy growth and minimal dieback. The following tips will help you transport and begin the installation of the sod properly.

19 August 2016

3 Alternatives To Brick That You Can Use To Make A Garden Path


If you are looking to make a garden path, but don't want to go through the trouble of laying down brick, then you have many options. Below is a list of three materials that you can use that are all easy to lay down. They are loose, and don't require you to set them in mortar or run grout lines like brick or pavers do. Here is a brief description of each material, along with the benefits and the drawbacks of each.

24 May 2016