If you are a little bored with your generic vinyl or brick fence, a “living fence” may be a good option for your yard! A living fence is a type of fence derived from living plants or trees. Believe it or not, these have been said to provide more privacy than a regular fence would!
Having a bright and colorful yard is always a fun project, but it can also be lots of hard and time-consuming work. Here’s a list great perennials that you can put in your yard to brighten it up and make it look great!
Believe it or not, those coffee grounds you thought were useless actually serve a handful of purposes in your gardens. So don’t put them in the garbage, put them in your garden and see some great things happen! (You can always freeze the grounds to prevent mold.) Here are six ways to use coffee grounds.
Ground covers aren’t used very often and are sometimes misunderstood. However, they’re incredibly useful and beautiful to have around. Ground covers not only help protect the soil and slow down erosion, but they also can add color and even nice smells. Here are some of the best ground covers to have around!
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