Beginners Guides

Best Sun and Shade for Plants in Your Yard

Sun and Shade in Your Yard All plants need light to grow properly, but not all plants need the same amount of light. The main terms gardeners use to describe a plant’s light requirements are full sun, partial shade, and shade. Full sun plants need direct sunlight for at least six hours a day. Partial shade…

Climate and Microclimates in Your Yard or Garden

One of the most important things to consider when starting a garden is the microclimate. Sun, shade, heat, wind, slope, precipitation, and soil type all work together to create microclimates in your yard. As a beginning gardener, one of my biggest frustrations was getting things to grow in parts of my yard that were too…

7 Easy Steps to a Great Lawn: Lawn Care Tips

A beautiful lawn is the envy of the neighborhood. It can add curb appeal to your home and make your property look well-maintained. If you’re looking for tips on how to achieve a great lawn, look no further! In this blog post, we will discuss seven easy steps that you can take to get started….

Is Mixed Gas Bad for A Lawn Mower

If you’ve just purchased a lawnmower, you may be wondering if you can use mixed gasoline in it. While it’s possible to do so, it’s not recommended. Mixed gasoline can contain up to 10% ethanol, and this can damage your lawnmower’s engine. Ethanol is a solvent that can break down fuel lines and gaskets, and…

Should Lawn Mower Blade Spin Freely

There are a lot of factors to consider when it comes to lawn care. One question that often comes up is whether the lawn mower blade should spin freely. When it comes to lawnmower blades, there is a lot of misinformation out there. Some people believe that the blades should be able to spin freely,…

A Beginner’s Guide to Organic Gardening

There’s something truly magical about watching your own crops grow. Maybe it’s the sense of satisfaction that comes from knowing you’ve nurtured them to maturity. Or maybe it’s simply the fact that homegrown veggies always seem to taste better than store-bought ones. Whatever the reason, there’s no doubt that growing your own food is one…

Green Thumb vs. Brown Thumb: What’s the Difference?

What’s the difference between green thumbs and brown thumbs? Is it just a matter of luck, or is there something more to it? In this blog post, we will explore the world of plant care and try to answer this question once and for all! We will discuss the different techniques that green thumbs and…

Lawn Mowing: Is a Robot the Answer?

It’s a dilemma that has faced homeowners for centuries – how to keep the lawn looking neat and tidy with as little effort as possible. For some, the answer has always been to hire someone else to do it; but what about those of us who would rather do it ourselves? Recent advances in technology…

Maximum Height You Can Cut the Lawn

A lawn is a significant investment for any homeowner. Not only does it provide aesthetic value, but it can also help to improve air quality and increase property values. Given the importance of a healthy lawn, it is essential to choose the right mowing height. For a normal home lawn, I recommend keeping the grass…

Angraecum eburneum: The Tall, White, and Green Orchid of Strong Perfume

If you are looking for an orchid that is tall, white, and green, look no further than Angraecum eburneum. This beautiful orchid can reach up to 2 meters in height and has white flowers with green markings. It also spreads a nice, strong perfume at night, making it a popular choice for greenhouse growers. Keep…