March 2016

  1. The 4 Benefits of Garden Spiders

    The 4 Benefits of Garden Spiders
    These 8 legged creatures can be daunting to look at, however these friendly garden spiders do not harm us. Garden spiders can protect your garden throughout the entire day. They can save your vegetables, fruits and plants from getting damaged in the long run. These garden spiders can help insects from becoming destructive in your garden, and in other environmental habitats too. We have provided a useful guide on the 4 extraordinary benefits of how spiders can save your garden in many numerous ways. Continue reading →
  2. 4 Tips to Conserve Water for Your Lawn

    4 Tips to Conserve Water for Your Lawn
    It can be challenging to maintain your lawn throughout the entire year, where costs can add up. This is why we have provided 4 useful tips to help you converse a good amount of water by the end of the year. Not only is it going to help the environment, but it will also help you to save a lot of money in the long run. Take a look at how you can conserve water for your lawn in 4 easy ways: Continue reading →
  3. How to Get Rid of Moles in your Lawn

    How to  Get Rid of Moles in your Lawn
    It can be frustrating when you’ve just planted a beautiful garden, and you begin to notice piles of earth amongst you flowers, ruining the look and spoiling your flowers. Although moles can be good for aerating your garden and eating the larvae of destructive insects, they can also kill your grass and ruin beds and vegetable gardens. There are many ways to discourage moles from going through your garden, here are some of the most effective ones. Continue reading →
  4. How to Handle Brown Dog Urine Spots on Grass

    How to Handle Brown Dog Urine Spots on Grass
    With 24% of households in the UK owning dogs, it’s obvious that a lot of us are smitten with our furry friends. However, there can be major downsides to owning a furry friend. One of the ongoing issues is the battle between canines and the garden lawn. Dog urine is any gardeners nightmare, with it turning patches brown almost overnight, leaving unsightly patches behind. If you have multiple dogs, you can quickly find yourself with a dead lawn. Continue reading →
  5. How To Work With Your Garden Wildlife

    How To Work With Your Garden Wildlife
      As the weather warms up, plenty of critters will slowly come out of hibernation and begin their natural inclination of rummaging around your garden. For many, this could be seen as a nuisance. However, there are some benefits to this natural order of things. Some animals are absolutely wonderful wildlife additions for your garden! We’d like to outline for you some ways to live in harmony with the wilder things within your garden. Continue reading →

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