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Vegetable Gardening for Small Spaces

Just because you don’t have the room for a garden, doesn’t mean you have to miss out on enjoying fresh fruits and vegetables. Container gardening solves the issue for those on-the-go with small amounts of time and space to spare!

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Get Rid of Moles, Voles & Holes in Your Lawn

Have you ever stepped on your lawn only to find that the ground was soft and almost looks like you have tunnels running through it?

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Crabgrass: How to Get it Under Control

If you have a lawn anywhere in the Midwest, you are probably familiar with crabgrass. The nasty little weed invades your lawn every summer ruining your once weed free lawn. But crabgrass control is available.

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Successful Seed Starting to Get Your Garden Growing

In addition to saving you money, growing your own herbs, vegetables and ornamental plants from seed is extremely rewarding.

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Why Use a Grow Light for Seed Starting

The main purpose of grow lights is to provide strong light to your seedlings from above, similar to the sun’s light. They are especially helpful when you don’t have a window that lets in a good amount of light each day. The bonus? You can set them up in any area of your house, including the basement or a closet!

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Grow Great Tasting Blueberries

Blueberries are not only an enjoyable and rewarding fruit to grow but are attractive plants that lend themselves well to the home landscape. Its great fall color makes it very appealing.

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Benefits of Caring for Plants

While life right now may not seem "normal", creating your own garden or growing a container garden can be the relaxing escape you need. Whether you have a backyard vegetable garden, plant in containers or enjoy flowers, gardening has many benefits and is a great activity for you, your family and your health.

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10 Easy-Care Houseplants

Don't worry, be happy. It's a motto we should all try to live by. Matter of fact, there is even a song written about it. Or maybe the song was written and now it's a motto? Either way, it's still a good one.

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Top 5 Low Light Houseplants

Low Light? No problem.

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5 Essentials for Healthy Houseplants

The first requirement of all plants during their growing season is an abundance of daylight. Light from a window is always one-sided and the plants respond by turning their leaves and flowers toward the light. To keep healthy houseplants, turn the plants occasionally or they’ll grow lopsided.

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Fresh Cut Tree Care

The holiday season is fast approaching and if you haven’t thought about a Christmas tree yet, we bet you will soon! We’ve put together a few tips and reminders to keep your fresh cut tree looking beautiful.

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7 Steps to the Best Shaped Artificial Christmas Tree

With the holidays just around the corner, it’s time to think about decorating with a tree. With its many advantages, an artificial tree may be the perfect choice for you.

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4 Quick Tips for Poinsettia Care

Nothing says “the Holidays are here” like seeing the poinsettias arrive at your local Earl May! There are some quick and easy things you can do to keep your poinsettia looking its best throughout the holiday seasons. Enjoy the festive feel of these beautiful plants as you spend time with family and friends.

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Protect Your Trees & Shrubs from Winter Burn

Did you know trees and shrubs can become dehydrated just like you?

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Caring for Paperwhites

Paper whites can be grown in shallow bowls with no drainage holes but to create the most impact, use a clear bowl with loose gravel or stones. Paperwhites are also great to show in clear vases!

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8 Easy Steps to Grow and Care for Amaryllis

What is better than FRESH flowers for your home? Not much. With the Christmas season around the corner, Amaryllis are a great holiday plant to decorate with. Amaryllis are easy to care for and produce gorgeous flowers.

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How to Get Rid of Gnats

Small flying gnats are a common problem in a lot of homes. These gnats seem to come out of nowhere and are more of an annoyance than anything. While there are several sources and types of gnats, it may surprise you that they may be coming from your houseplants!

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4 Simple Steps to Force Bulbs to Bloom Indoors

The cold of winter can seem to last forever. As days get shorter and nights are longer, we patiently wait for the warm temps and colors of spring. Brighten dreary winter days indoors by adding pops of color with cheery spring bulbs like hyacinths, daffodils and tulips!

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Planting Fall Bulbs for Beautiful Spring Blooms

The dropping temperatures means it’s starting to feel more like Fall.

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Want a Healthier Lawn? Feed it in the Fall.

Fall is the best time to feed and fertilize your lawn. Why?

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