Whether you enjoy regular gardening or prefer more a of a low maintenance approach to your outdoor space, you’re still reaping the benefits of your garden either way. There are many therapeutic benefits of gardens that you might not have even realize. Stress relief- the sights, smells, and sounds of gardening helps to reduce cortisol… Read more >
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If you have a water feature, you’ll know that it’s not the lowest maintenance part of your landscape. To keep your water feature functioning properly throughout the year, follow these maintenance guidelines. A submersible pump should always be completely under water. You will periodically need to add more water to the basin to keep it… Read more >
Autumn Joy Sedum is a great late summer-fall bloomer that benefits from summer pruning to keep it looking its best. Pruning Autumn Joy Sedum in June will result in a shorter height which means the stems will be stronger. They’ll be less likely to flop over, and the growing habit of the plant will be… Read more >
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Container gardens are great additions to the landscape and can be customized and changed throughout the year. They’re a fun and easy way to add a colorful touch to a patio, a rooftop deck, and even inside. Follow these tips to keep your container gardens looking fresh all year around. Outside Container Gardens When watering… Read more >
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If an edible garden seems too daunting for you or too much work, perennial fruits and vegetables may be a good option for you. These plants will come back every year without having to re-do everything every year. You can read our previous post for more perennial fruits and veggies here. Figs- With their tropical… Read more >
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