|Keeping Christmas Trees Fresh
A Christmas tree is more than just a symbol of the season – it is usually the centerpiece of holiday décor. These tips on selecting and caring for a fresh-cut tree and how long do Christmas trees last will ensure your season is merry and bright.
|Mow Your Lawn at the Right Height
Mow your lawn at the proper height. Cutting correctly can keep your lawn healthy, combat weed growth, and prevent lawn disease. Learn the proper height for your type of grass.
|NATRIA® Ant Barrier, The First Organic Home Perimeter Treatment
NATRIA® has the answer you’ve been looking for and the peace of mind you need. Introducing the first and only organic ant home perimeter treatment: NATRIA® Ant Barrier. It both attracts and kills ants* around your home for up to 4 weeks.
|Organic Gardening Pest Control
There are a lot of organic and natural ways to control pests. From the simpliest methods to science-based products, these suggestions can help your organic gardening pest control strategies.
|Pet-friendly Snail and Slug Control
Snails and slugs damaging your garden? Try one of these methods to get rid of these slimy and destructive pests.
Here are some gardening tips and plant suggestions to attract pollinators, like bees and butterflies, and keep them healthy.
|Solutions For Natural Weed Control
Looking for a natural weed killer and ways to control weeds? Check out this list of alternative treatments, like a homemade weed killer, along with the benefits of each natural weed killers.
|Symptoms of Summer Lawn Stress
Is your lawn turning brown? Insect feeding, drought stress, or other factors can combine with summer heat to damage grass. A stressed lawn is more susceptible to weeds and bugs. See the possible symptoms, and what to do with a brown lawn.
|Ten Great Reasons to Use Drip Irrigation
Drip irrigation systems are one of the most efficient ways to water your plants. Discover the benefits of drip irrigation and how easy these systems can be to install and adjust.
|Ten Tips For Late Summer Lawn Care
Check out these tips to keep summer lawns healthy. Don’t let heat have its way with your turf, even if your lawn care program is somewhat lacking. With a little work, it look great all summer long.