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Compost piles for natural fertilizer

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Mar 27, 2015 9:00:00 AM

compost for natural fertilizerIn the quest to go green, more and more homeowners have started making their own compost piles. This habit has been around for centuries, but has since made a comeback among gardeners and those who looking to recycle. Even if you’re not after the extra nutritious fertilizer it provides, compost piles are a simple and easy way to reduce waste levels.

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Topics: Gardening, Lawn Care, Grass, plants

Take on the spring season with home updates

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Mar 26, 2015 8:30:00 AM

spring home projectsNothing helps you celebrate spring quite like a seasonal upgrade. For some, that means a deep cleaning and allowing the house to air out with new and welcome warm air. For others, it means a fresh coat of paint for the bathroom or home office. It might even mean planting new flowers or updating the yard with new decorations, which is a great way to celebrate the new season while implementing upgrades all in one step.

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Topics: Landscape Maintenance, Lawn Care, spring, DIY

Save money with DIY window repair

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Mar 25, 2015 8:30:00 AM

diy window repairWindows provide one of the easiest ways to brighten a home. Not only do they let in natural light, but they can help regulate temperature while adding plenty of charm in the process. When a window malfunctions, however, it can lead to costly repairs, which is why it’s helpful to learn to do certain repairs on your own.

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Topics: DIY

Vegetable workshops available in Kansas City

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Mar 24, 2015 8:00:00 AM

kansas city vegetable workshopsAre you ready to learn about growing vegetables? Whether you’re interested in the practice for yourself or are just curious about tricks of the trade, city-wide studies are being put on to educate homeowners and help them understand more about the ins and outs of veggies. Open to the public, this event will allow attendees to come in contact with growers, as well as get an up-close look at some of their produce.

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Topics: Planting, Gardening, spring

What are the best groundcover plants for your yard?

Posted by Ryan Lawn & Tree

Mar 23, 2015 9:00:00 AM

best ground-covering plantsIn the Midwest, most homeowners have yards covered with grass. With its ability to hold steadily through all seasons, as well as keep dirt rooted sturdily in place, grass seems to be a locational norm.

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Topics: Planting, Gardening, Grass, spring

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