Lawn & Garden Guide

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Something for Everyone at Annual Southern Lawn, Garden, Home Show

The theme of this year's annual Southern Lawn, Garden and Home Show is "Bugs, Birds, Blooms and Bowls." The 2018 show is designed to...

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Recognizing and addressing leaf spot

Homeowners who take pride in their properties may be alarmed to notice seemingly spotted leaves on their trees. Such spots may be...

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Savor these beautiful (and edible) flowers

Cultivating beautiful blooms is a popular pastime for gardeners near and far. While gazing at a yard full of vibrant colors or enjoying the...

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Did you know?

Rain barrels provide an eco-friendly opportunity to repurpose rain water while helping homeowners conserve water and save money. But...

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Did you know?

Leaf spot is a term used to describe various diseases that affect the foliage of ornamentals and shade trees. According to the Missouri...

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Early-blooming spring flowers

The arrival of spring is a welcome occurrence for many people. Budding flowers are among the harbingers of spring. Spring flowers can...

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Ergonomic gardening techniques can make gardening less taxing

Gardening is a popular activity that seems to be gaining even more supporters. Statistica reports that the number of people who gardened...

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Experiment with growing edibles indoors

Foodies find it hard to beat vine-ripened tomatoes plucked right out of a garden. Other edibles, such as fresh lettuce for a small luncheon...

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Building a hydroponic garden

Hydroponic gardening can change people's perceptions of what's needed to grow vibrant plants. Rather than soil, all you may need for a...

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Preparing garden beds for spring and beyond

Gardening enthusiasts may have been thinking about their landscape plans throughout the winter, eager to once again get their hands dirty...

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Go green in your lawn and garden this spring

Spring is a season of rejuvenation. As the cold days of winter drift away, spring blooms begin to sprout and grass regains its lush green...

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3 ways to use your lawn to improve curb appeal

Returns on home improvement projects vary. In its annual Cost vs. Value Report, Remodeling magazine notes the projects that yield the best...

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Potential threats to pets in your yard

Pets love to roam free, and homeowners with outdoor space often let their pets get some exercise and play time in their backyards. While...

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Moles, voles and gophers: How burrowing wildlife can damage your lawn and garden

Soft, spongy lawns may be indicative of various problems underfoot that occur relatively sight unseen. Barring a septic system backup or...

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When to tackle weeds in your lawn

Weeds are the bane of lawn and garden enthusiasts. Weeds can spread rapidly and overrun pristine grass, choking lawns and robbing them of...

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