How do you maintain your landscape fabric so it will last for years? Landscape fabric can deteriorate and create holes where weeds can grow through. Here’s an easy guide on how to take care of it to become an effective weed control solution for gardening and landscapes.
Landscape fabric and black plastic sheets are two different products. In this guide, let’s talk about the main differences between fabric and plastic landscape fabric, what product is best for specific purposes, and which one is best for your garden.
What is the best way to use landscape fabric? If you’ve been meaning to get landscape fabric for your garden but unsure how to use it properly, we’ve made this guide for you! Let’s talk about the use of landscape fabric and some professional tips for installation.
Raised bed gardening is a rewarding hobby and an eco-friendly activity. In this guide, learn about the different ways to grow and harvest your own vegetables, which crops are best grown in your living space, and the things you should do to ensure that healthy, thriving plants are growing in your raised bed garden.
How to protect your raised beds from pests? Harmful pests and insects can be prevented before they become a problem. Here are some tips that’ll help keep pesky critters and invasive plants away from your precious crops in a raised garden bed.
Planning to build your raised garden? Having soil from the yard is not enough to grow different crops in a raised bed. Here are some recommendations for best soil mixtures to ensure a healthy, thriving garden.
Adding a raised bed is one way to maximize your garden space. But before you build one or buy online, it is important to know the type of wood you can use. In this guide, find out the best and worst materials to use for your raised garden beds.
Raised beds or garden boxes are like containment units used to grow vegetables, fruits, and flowers. Most raised beds have frames that give more room to grow your plants and provide you control over the health of the soil. Learn more about raised bed gardening here.
There’s nothing like a beautiful herb garden to brighten up your living space. And with our herb kits, it’s so easy to grow your favorite herbs like thyme, sage, chives, oregano, and more. You can always buy your starter plants for an instant herb garden.
Using raised beds in companion planting is more ideal than growing plants together in a traditional row garden. In this blog, learn which plants work well together and which ones don’t in a raised bed.
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