Summer is right around the corner – don’t get caught with your plants down! Here’s a list of garden tools every homeowner needs to keep their garden looking beautiful.
The other day, while working in my garden, I saw the grossest looking thing I’d seen in a long time. Hiding under a leaf on my Hungarian Wax pepper was a caterpillar, which doesn’t sounds bad, but it was covered in these tiny pods that looked just like white rice. Don’t believe me? Look at this!
Hey there, gardening and Zing fans! If you’ve been reading the blog for the past year or so, you know that we love gardens. From saving you money to providing you with food or a backyard oasis, gardens enhance your home in many ways. Whether you’ve just started gardening or consider yourself a master green thumb, we’ve got the perfect contest for you this month!
I’m sure a lot of you are itching to get your plants in the ground and started. However, there’s a couple of things you need to do to ensure that they’ll get the nutrients they need. Not to worry because I’ve got everything you need to get your garden soil ready for planting.
Spending a ton of money on brand new planters feels wasteful when there are other affordable alternatives. With a few bucks and creativity, you can make some unique raised beds and planters for your garden.
One problem I have with my backyard is that 90% of it sees more shade than sun. While this works out well when we want to play horseshoes or Frisbee on hot summer days, it doesn’t bode well for my garden. After a little research, I found a great solution for my problem.
Think it’s too early to start your summer garden? Not really. Learn about what seeds you can start in your growing zone right now!
Do your top New Year’s resolutions include saving money, eating healthier and losing weight? What if I told you there’s one thing you can do that could help you achieve all three?
Whether it’s 70 degrees and sunny or 20 degrees and snowy, I’m always thinking about my garden. Although it’s in hibernation mode, I recently began planning for next year based on new ideas I’ve come across and things I didn’t get to try out last year. Just when I thought it was too late to compost, I found some information suggesting otherwise.
Searching for a house can often be overwhelming whether you’ve done it before or are a first-time homebuyer. You may already have expectations and a price range, but there are several qualities you should look for in a home. It’s important to look at the location and the amenities that make it desirable and worth the investment. Here’s a list of features, comforts and conveniences you should be aware of when house hunting: