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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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weeding your garden efficiently

Weed Your Garden More Efficiently

Today is #NationalWeedYourGardenDay and here at Naturescape, we have come up with some ways to weed your garden more efficiently. If you leave your garden weeds unchecked, they will swiftly choke out your plants and vegetables you plan to grow. They can also block out the sun which plants need to thrive. Weeds are also

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food safety in your vegetable garden

Food Safety in Your Vegetable Garden

With all the people sickened from Romaine Lettuce lately, it is no surprise that people are wanting to grow their own food for safety. Vegetable gardens can provide a steady source of fresh food that can be completely safe if you take certain steps to ensure the food is grown and harvested properly. Growing season

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grow plants that attract butterflies

Grow plants that attract Butterflies, make a pollinator garden!

We should all be growing plants that attract butterflies.  Over the last 20 years, there has been a noticeable decline in the monarch butterfly population. Butterflies eat their way through the U.S. as they travel down to Mexico for the winter.  Unfortunately, the number of monarchs completing the journey is now staggeringly low. The declines this

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