At the end of a busy gardening day, your feet may be tired, your arms sore and your back strained. After taking care of your garden all day, it is now time to take care of the gardener.
Most real estate agents say that it is location, location, location that sells a house. While that is a strong factor, how your house and garden look from the street when someone pulls up to it for the first time is equally important. There are many ways to easily and cheaply improve curb appeal.
A greenhouse over winter will have accumulated bugs, spiders, leaves, other debris and perhaps some diseases. When you do a proper greenhouse cleanup prior to the growing season, you will have fewer problems later.
One way many gardeners expect to save money is to do everything themselves. That is an applaudable goal and something I strive for as well. However not everything should be done by the gardener, especially if it could injure someone or cause property damage. Time to call in the experts!
A dirty, blunt pruner will cause damage to your plants and hurt your hands during use. It is therefore important to know how to properly maintain pruners.
Gardening usually requires a garden hose of some kind. How many of us struggle though with the hyper-active snake that is a typical garden hose?