• What do you think of when you hear the word lawn? A rolling green carpet forming a picture-perfect frame for your home? A place for your children to safely play in peace? Whatever image the word lawn conjures in your mind, you’re not alone. Americans love lawns. According to NASA – yes, the National Aeronautics [...]

  • It happens to all gardeners. One day you wake up and realize your tomato plant’s leaves are yellow and you have no idea why. Don’t panic! We are here to help you answer that daunting question of “why are my plant’s leaves turning yellow?” Use the infographic below to understand what your plant might be [...]

  • If you notice web-like structures between branches of your trees, including your ornamental and fruit trees, then you may be dealing with a common pest found all over North America: the tent caterpillar. These pests are actually the larvae of several types of moths that make their home in your trees and feed on plant [...]

  • Have you noticed one too many spiders in your home? Perhaps they hitchhiked on a few boxes from the shed or maybe they’ve set up camp in the corners of your windows between the screen and glass. Whether it’s just a few or a spider infestation nightmare, here’s your guide to help recognize common household [...]

  • Though the weather across much of the country may indicate otherwise, spring is on the horizon. That means it’s time to at least start thinking about what to plant in your garden this year and which types of diseases your plants may be susceptible to. Powdery mildew is a relatively common fungus that many plants [...]

  • Just like humans, some plants are more compatible together than others. As the gardener, you’re in charge of making sure each vegetable gets along with their garden mates. To help you learn which plants are friends or foes, we’ve created this companion planting chart for vegetables. What Vegetables Grow Well Together? Companion planting is the [...]

  • The term “hydroponic gardening” may sound fancy or high-tech, but the concept is really pretty simple. While the practice of hydroponic gardening dates back to ancient times, it wasn’t until the 1950s that it started to gain prominence. What makes hydroponic gardening different from traditional growing practices? It does not involve the use of soil. [...]

  • If you’re one of those people who are stuck working inside an office all day, adding a little green to the scene in the form of plants can do wonders for your work environment. Office plants can provide a long list of benefits including: Alleviating stress – If squeezing rubber balls or taking walks around [...]

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When to Fertilize Your Lawn

What do you think of when you hear the word lawn? A rolling green carpet forming a picture-perfect frame for your home? A place…
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Why Are My Plants Turning Yellow?

It happens to all gardeners. One day you wake up and realize your tomato plant’s leaves are yellow and you have no idea why.…
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How to Get Rid of Eastern Tent Caterpillars

If you notice web-like structures between branches of your trees, including your ornamental and fruit trees, then you…
How to Get Rid of Spiders in the House

How to Get Rid of Spiders in the House

Have you noticed one too many spiders in your home? Perhaps they hitchhiked on a few boxes from the shed or maybe they’ve…
How to Treat Powdery Mildew on Plants

How to Treat Powdery Mildew on Plants

Though the weather across much of the country may indicate otherwise, spring is on the horizon. That means it’s time to…
Be My Buddy: Companion Planting Vegetables

Be My Buddy: Companion Planting Vegetables

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Gardening For Beginners: Intro to Hydroponics

Gardening For Beginners: Intro to Hydroponics

The term “hydroponic gardening” may sound fancy or high-tech, but the concept is really pretty simple. While the practice…
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What Your Office Is Missing

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