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what to do with leftover pumpkins

What To Do With Leftover Pumpkins

What To Do With Leftover Pumpkins   Friday, October 26th is National Pumpkin Day and chances are that after next week you’ll have a plethora of leftover pumpkins you’ll need to dispose of. Whether the pumpkins are from your own garden, or you purchased them from a store, we have some eco-friendly ideas of what

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How to make autumn decorations with things from your garden

How to make autumn decorations with things from your garden

There are many craft projects you can make for holiday decorations right from your garden this autumn.  These decorations are not only attractive but good for the environment because they can be composted after use and you’ve avoided a store bought plastic piece . Today’s article is about how to make autumn decorations with things from

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tips on creating the perfect rain garden

Tips On Creating The Perfect Rain Garden

Tips On Creating The Perfect Rain Garden A rain garden is a special type of garden, designed to collect stormwater runoff from a roof, driveway or other impervious surfaces. There are many benefits to developing and creating a rain garden. The benefits include water conservation, protecting rivers and streams, reduced mosquito breeding, and more. Adding

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October landscaping checklist

October Landscaping Checklist

Welcome to October! The air is getting colder, the leaves are turning, and fall decorations are starting to dot houses all across the state. October is a very important time to landscape. From aeration to seeding, this month is a very good time to make sure your yard will look amazing next spring. Here is

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what is lawn aeration

Making your lawn better with aeration

Making lawns better with lawn aeration.   Most home lawns are subject to thatch accumulation.  Thatch is the dense organic layer of shoots and stems that develop between the soil and the grass.   Acting like a sponge thatch will impede water, fertilizer and pest controls from reaching the plant root zone where they are needed.

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