Landscaping for Birds

Landscaping for Birds

Spring is here which means our feathered friends have returned in full force! When considering landscaping you can utilize trees, shrubs, or perennials to help attract birds to your home garden. Starting with trees, we’ve found that the red horse chestnut’s gorgeous...
Grass Seed Guide

Grass Seed Guide

Before you lay grass seed this spring, let us help you make the most of your time, money, and lawn. When to Lay Grass Seed While early fall will produce the best results, late spring to early summer is also a great time to establish your lawn. We recommend no later...
Spring Garden Cleaning

Spring Garden Cleaning

When diving into spring garden cleaning, first and foremost you’ll need a good sharp tool. Jesse recommends the simple bypass pruner for most jobs; though shears and loppers may benefit you If you’re chopping large tree branches. If you’re unsure what tool to use,...

Benefits of Dandelions

Dandelions grow in many parts of the world. For many people, it is just a weed we can’t seem to get rid of. For the birds and the bees, it is a flower they just can’t get enough of! While being the most misunderstood flower of all time, dandelions come with many perks...
Crabgrass Prevention Guide

Crabgrass Prevention Guide

When soil temperatures reach 50-55 degrees, Crabgrass will germinate in any sunny area of your lawn if left untreated. When it comes to crabgrass, prevention is essential. Preventing Crabgrass When looking for a crabgrass preventer, you might notice products labeled...
Oxalis

Oxalis

Care & Maintenance Often referred to as Wood Sorrels, Oxalis are also known as False Shamrocks and a plethora of other common names. Of the Oxalis species in cultivation, Oxalis triangularis is the one most commonly cultivated as a houseplant.Oxalis...
Dealing with Houseplant Pests

Dealing with Houseplant Pests

Many of us know the dreadful feeling of finding pests on our houseplants. Here is your quick guide to dealing with an infestation in your home. Prevention With spring coming up rather quickly, prevention is the best way to control insects on houseplants.Proper water,...
Pebble Trays

Pebble Trays

Pebble trays are a simple solution to increase humidity for your plants without allowing your plant to sit directly in water. Plants that thrive in humidity include the following: snake plants, orchids, golden pothos, peace lilies, monsteras, fiddle leaf figs, and...
Urban Jungle

Urban Jungle

Having a variety of plants in your home is key to starting an urban jungle. You want to mix plant size, textures, colors, and leaf size to keep your indoor jungle from seeming boring. Try mixing something tall and slim, like a fiddle leaf fig or snake plant, with...