Has this ever happened to you? You’re standing in the fertilizer aisle of your local garden center, looking at all the packages, and your eyes glaze over. There are too many choices. And you’re not sure which one to buy.
With color choices like red, brown, and black, and materials like wood, stone, and rubber, how can you choose the right mulch for your garden without getting overwhelmed? All you have to do is follow three simple steps. These three steps
Imagine if you could wave a magic wand and minimize the need to weed, water, and fertilize your garden. Your gardening fairy-godmother, organic mulch, is ready to grant your wish! Organic mulches create a cozy blanket over
Is inorganic mulch ever a better choice than organic mulch? Maybe you need a mulch that doesn’t blow away in high winds, float away in heavy rains, or burn down your house.
Garden soil seems mysterious. It doesn’t jump out up at you when you’re out in the garden and say, “hey, I’ve got a problem!” No, it just sits there waiting for you to figure out why your tomatoes have blight or your hydrangeas aren’t periwinkle blue like the
Imagine if you did one thing that could prevent 80% of the problems in your garden. Understanding your soil is that one thing. Learning how your soil affects your plants