Set your landscape apart from neighbors by enhancing curb appeal with eye-catching topiaries and specimen trees! There are so many unique tree options and so many fun ways to incorporate them into your landscape. We have your guide for deciding which trees are best for your landscape and how you can incorporate them!
Memorial Day marks the time to honor and reflect on the memories of fallen loved ones. Gardens are an ideal place to create a beautiful space of solitude and peace for remembering them. Here are a few ideas for how to create a memorial garden in a small space:
- Posted on April 18, 2023
- /Under Care Guides, Featured, Gardening Tips, Hardscapes, Lawn Care, Maryland Gardening, Perennials, Pollinator, Spring, Summer, Trees
Did you know that you can help save the bay from your own garden? If you live here in the Chesapeake watershed, water runs from your home all the way to the third-largest estuary in the world. Learn how you can make a difference and help save the bay!
The warm weather may be gone, but that does not mean that the gardening season is over. You can continue to plant in this hardiness zone until the ground is frozen solid. Frost and cold temperatures do not mean the ground is frozen. Check soil temperatures in your area, as long as soil temperatures are above 32 degrees Fahrenheit, you are good to grow!
Nothing makes a landscape look better than a nice fresh coat of mulch. That may be why most people mulch, but there are many reasons to mulch, and most involve plant health. As a rule, many people mulch in the spring, and cosmetically that is fine, but if your plants could speak, they would say, "Please mulch me in the winter."
Summer may be coming to an end, but the blooming season is not over for annuals! Late summer/early fall is the perfect time to garden for fall colors. Refresh your garden for fall with show-stopping annuals to create the perfect autumn cozy space! Trying to pick out the best annuals for fall may sound stressful, but we have a few tips to get your fall garden started. It is important to first plan out which annuals you are looking to plant before your fall hang-out spot can be completed.
One of the worst natural phenomena is erosion. Wind, water, and man-made erosion all degrade land quality. Erosion also reduces water quality by pulling pollution into waterways. This causes unhealthy living conditions for aquatic life. Follow the tips below to slow erosion in your area and help your local wildlife!
Growing a vegetable garden may seem intimidating, but the benefits are well worth it. It can be a great hobby, provide you with fresh produce, and save you money! Here are some tips to help you successfully grow your first veggie garden.
Hydrangeas are beautiful shrubs that bring endless beauty to an outdoor space. If you are in search of a long blooming, vibrant-colored, summer flowering shrub to add to your yard this season, a hydrangea is most definitely a top-tier option!
- Posted on May 16, 2022
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Having a garden is a joy; having a cohesive garden that inspires you every time you look at it is simply the best. Create an immersive experience and express your unique style with these garden themes, trending now.