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Early preparation steps for spring gardening

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

May 22, 2015 9:00:00 AM

spring-gardening-prepThe following is an excerpt from our new ebook, Prepping Your Yard for Spring. To download the full ebook, click here.

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Topics: lawn, Gardening, spring, yard

Eye-catching outdoor furniture that’s easy to make

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

May 21, 2015 8:00:00 AM

outdoor-furniture-to-make-at-homeAs the trend of upcycling continues to rise, so does the quality of work that comes with it. One of the latest – and most impressive – upcycling ventures is taking place right in St. Louis, where a local craftsman is turning ordinary wood pallets into outdoor furniture. 

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Topics: yard, DIY

Use feeders and baths to attract birds to your yard

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

May 20, 2015 9:00:00 AM

bird-feeders-and-bird-bathsWhether you’re a proclaimed birdwatcher or someone who simply enjoys watching them whenever they happen to pass through your yard, there’s no doubt that birds can be highly entertaining. Birds may trickle in to feed and bathe in your yard, or explore your grass and plants as they look for possible food sources.

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Topics: birds, yard

Garden successfully with help from native plants

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

May 19, 2015 8:30:00 AM

gardening-with-native-plantsLearning about how certain types of plants will perform in your yard often requires a bit of research. For instance, if you love roses, you may need to learn how well they’ll be able to thrive in your climate, and what you need to do as a gardener to make sure they stay healthy and beautiful throughout the season. However, if you’re confused or overwhelmed about the types of plants to grow in your yard, there’s actually a simpler way to avoid the extra legwork in regards to research: opt for native plants.

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Topics: Gardening

Container gardens are rising in popularity

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

May 18, 2015 8:00:00 AM

making-a-container-gardenContainer gardening is the practice of growing plants exclusively in containers instead of planting them in the ground. This trend is rising in popularity, and gardeners and homeowners across the country are continuously finding new, creative containers to enhance the appearance of their beautiful flowers and plants.

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Topics: Gardening

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