Rupurposing is great for the environment, and now it is great for your yard! Repurpose your old drawers, tires, chandeliers, or anything else you have laying around. Not only are these ideas totally cool, but they are super easy as well!
Outdoor spaces are wonderful, and it seems like everyone can agree on this much. Unfortunately,with a gorgeous outdoor space comes lots of of work, and lots of headaches for those problems that seem absolutely unfixable. These 19 gardening hacks and backyard ideas are any homeowners life send!
Recycling is great, especially when you can recycle your food. Stop throwing those old scraps away, because believe it or not, those veggies can be regrown! Here are 22 foods that magically regrow, you’ll never have to buy celery again!
Grubs live in your lawn, feasting on the grass. This can cause your lawn to look dead, less healthy, and completely unattractive. Not only do the grubs make your lawn look unhealthy, but the presence of grubs can actually invite other dangerous wildlife into your yard. Here are some helpful tips from Wikihow and Gardening
Pesticides are important when gardening. There is nothing worse than spending time and money just to find out that the pests enjoyed your hard work instead of your family. It is also really important that you aren’t using pesticides that will hurt the environment, or the plants you are growing. Here are some ways to
There is nothing better than growing a successful, healthy garden, all by yourself. Boost the growth of your garden, using all natural, organic methods. You can even use common household items. These great ideas can save you time, money, and a trip to the store. These are so easy, and no prior gardening knowledge is needed!
Fruit trees, while wonderful to have, are extremely difficult and time consuming to grow. If you don’t have the outdoor space to accommodate such greenery, but you are dreaming of home grown fruit, try growing them in containers! Here are some great tips from HGTV and Garden on the best and easiest ways to container garden.
Imagine never having to buy apples from the store, you could simply walk outside and pick one out of your garden. Of course, planting (and then harvesting) fruit trees is a lot of hard work, and the trees have to mature before they are ready to bear fruit. Use these tips to ensure that your
While making fun and extravagant plans to beef up your backyard may be an exciting pastime, it can also get quite time-consuming. Instead of planning extensive projects, try some of these awesome ones that you can get done in a weekend!