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How to attract beneficial birds to your garden

How to Attract Beneficial Birds To Your Garden

Birds can play an important role in the ecosystem of a healthy garden. They can act as natural pest control, flower pollinators, weed control, and provide a learning opportunity for observers. Today we are going to go over how to attract beneficial birds to your garden.      First, you want to provide birdseed that

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How To Weed Poison Ivy And Other Dangerous Plants From Your garden

Getting Poison Ivy has to be one of the worst things to experience. The rashes from these plants can leave you with unbearable itching for days! There are several other types of dangerous plants in New England that can hurt anyone who comes in contact with them. Unfortunately, gardeners and groundskeepers run into these types

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summer smoothie recipe

A Summer Smoothie Recipe from Naturescape

Over the years of working outside in the sun, you tend to discover what your regimen should be for the long haul. After running a marathon fertilizing a bunch of lawns on a hot day you’d see my truck at the neighborhood Friendlys. I’d pop in for a root beer float which was one of

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landscape design for your pool

Landscape Design For Your Pool & a recipe for your party

Landscape Design For Your Pool With the first heatwave of the year coming, plus the 4th of July, your pool is guaranteed to get some use the next coming weeks. One of the most popular landscape trends of 2018 has been landscape design around in ground pools. With some simple changes you can transform your

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maintain your garden in drought conditions

Maintain your Garden in Drought Conditions

The summer solstice is upon us and with it comes all the challenges of gardening in the heat. New England is expected to have a dry summer so it is important to know how to maintain your garden in drought conditions. Drought can weaken plants and leave them more vulnerable to disease and insects. Healthy

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