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The holidays are here! This easy DIY project is guaranteed to put everyone in the Christmas spirit.
A step-by-step guide to regrowing your patchy lawn and restoring dead brown spots in your yard.
Composting converts organic waste into nutrient-dense soil. This process offers several benefits for gardens and results in vibrant and abundant plant life.
Trees are a big investment in money, space, and time, so we’ve created this guide to help you find and plant the perfect tree for your yard.
Water pollution threatens the delicate ecological balance of our waterways. High levels of chemicals, nutrients, and sediment harm vegetation, kill wildlife, foul drinking water, and destroy pristine recreational areas.
Freeze-thaw-freeze-thaw. Warm days and cold nights can make walkways, sidewalks, and driveways an icy mess. Here are our pro tips for keeping your pavement safe.
No matter how carefully we put our gardens and landscapes to bed for the winter - winter always manages to win out. Here's what you can do to fix snow mold and bring your yard back to life in the spring.
It’s easy to decorate for fall when you use pumpkins and gourds... and it’s budget-friendly too! Here are a few decorating tips from our pros on the landscape care team.
We love the change of the seasons! Here's a super easy and fun project for the whole family.
When to prune. How much to mulch. Secrets for a greener lawn. Plus, growing flowers that thrive.
Did your crabapple tree turn brown and drop its leaves suddenly mid-summer last year? If so, apple scab was likely the cause.
The patio is one of the most important features of your outdoor living area. It’s important to plan carefully, choose the right materials, and above all, build a compact and secure base before installing pavers, stone, or concrete.
Have you ever wondered how to make sparkling candle-lanterns out of ice? Here's a fun and easy way to add a festive touch to your yard.
Evergreen winter porch pots are a quick, easy, and festive winter decoration that will last from Black Friday to New Year's Day – and beyond.
While you might be tempted to give your lawn, plants, and trees extra water and fertilizer during a drought, these practices can actually do more harm than good. Instead, keep these tips in mind.
Plan ahead and take care of these chores to give your backyard a head start next spring.
If a pool is on your must-have list, consider the three most important must-dos in maintenance.
Hard to believe but it’s not always “about the price.” For some, it’s more about getting good value for the money. Part of that value is feeling confident in your choice. Here are a few qualities to consider to increase your chances of a successful relationship.
Not sure what it takes to make a basic backyard beautiful? Follow along, step-by-step, through the process of creating this award-winning landscape design in Shoreview, MN.
Fertilizing can be done at any time of the year, but experts agree that the best time for this chore is in the fall.
Examples of the different types of outdoor lighting: path lights, uplights, downlights, and wash lights.
Here are nine, gorgeous spring perennials that you can plant every weekend until Halloween.
Learn how to create tabletop succulent garden pots with this easy DIY tutorial.