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  • Habiturf Lawn Care: How To Create A Native Habiturf Lawn
    By Darcy Larum - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017

    By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer In this day and age, we are all more conscience of pollution, water conservation and the negative impacts of pesticides and herbicides on our planet and its wildlife. Yet, many of us still have the traditional lush green lawns that require frequent mowing, watering and chemical applications. Here’s some scary facts about those traditional lawns: According to the EPA, lawn care equipment emits eleven times the pollution of cars and lawns in the United States use more water, fertilizer and pesticides than any agricultural crop. Imagine how much healthier our planet would be if we all, or even just half of us, adopted a different, more earth-friendly concept such as a habiturf lawn. What is Habiturf Grass? If you have looked into earth-friendly lawns, you may have come across the term habiturf and wondered what is habiturf? In 2007, the Ecosystem Design Group of the

    Source: Gardening Know How
  • What Are Rakes Used For: Different Kinds Of Rakes For Gardening
    By Liz Baessler - Monday Jun 5, 2017

    By Liz Baessler When a lot of people hear rake, they think of the big plastic or bamboo thing used to make leaf piles. And yes, that’s a perfectly legitimate kind of rake, but it’s far from the only one, and not really the best tool for gardening. Keep reading to learn more about the different kinds of rakes and tips for using rakes in gardens. Different Kinds of Rakes for Gardening There are a two very basic types of rakes: Lawn Rake/Leaf Rake – This is the rake that most readily comes to mind when you hear the word rake and think about falling leaves. The tines are long and fan out from the handle, with a cross piece of material (usually metal) holding them in place. The edges of the tines are bent over at about 90 degrees. These rakes are designed to pick up leaves and lawn

    Source: Gardening Know How
  • Choosing A Weed Eater: Tips On Using String Trimmers In The Landscape
    By Teo Spangler - Saturday Jun 17, 2017

    By Teo Spengler Many gardeners know more about weeds than weed eaters. If this sounds familiar, then you that sounds like you, you may need some help choosing a weed eater, also known as a string trimmer. Read on for string trimmer information and tips about using string trimmers in the landscape. String Trimmer Information A weed eater is a hand-held tool consisting of a long shaft with a handle on one end and a rotating head on the other. The tools are sometimes called string trimmers or line trimmers because they cut down plants with rotating heads that feed out plastic string. Regardless of what you call a weed eater, they are very useful garden tools for those with large backyards or lawns. However, the tools can also be dangerous. It’s a good idea to learn about using weed eaters before you start taking out weeds. How to Choose

    Source: Gardening Know How
  • Common Zone 8 Weeds – How To Get Rid Of Weeds In Zone 8
    By Mary H. Dyer - Wednesday Jun 14, 2017

    By Mary H. Dyer, Master Naturalist and Master Gardener One thing you can always count on: Weeds are hardy plants that thrive in a diverse range of growing conditions – especially mild climates like USDA plant hardiness zone 8. Read on for a list of common zone 8 weeds and learn how to get rid of weeds in your lawn or garden. Identifying Zone 8 Weeds Here is a list of some of the most common zone 8 weeds and how to both recognize and manage them: Crabgrass – Crabgrass resembles miniature corn plants, but as the plant matures, the blades bend to the ground and takes on a star-like appearance. While the plant branches out, it continues to develop new shoots from the center. A healthy lawn that is regularly watered, mowed, dethatched and fertilized will have the best chance of withstanding an invasion of crabgrass. Otherwise, dig the

    Source: Gardening Know How
  • Protecting Gardens Year Round: How To Weatherproof The Garden
    By Darcy Larum - Monday Jun 12, 2017

    By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer Different climate zones get some kind of extreme weather. Where I live in Wisconsin, we like to joke that we experience every variety of extreme weather in the same week. This can seem very true in early spring when we may have a snowstorm one day and a few days later it is sunny with temps reaching almost 70 F. (21 C.). I’m sure people in many other locations feel the same way. There is no location with absolute perfect weather year round. Extreme weather can mean anything from excessive heat or cold, heavy snow or rains, high winds, drought or floods. Whatever Mother Nature throws at you, creating weatherproof gardens can give you the upper hand. Protecting Gardens Year Round Each of the seasons bring a different opportunity for extreme weather conditions. Knowing your local weather patterns helps in planning and guarding against weather

    Source: Gardening Know How
  • When Do Plants Wake Up – Learn About Plant Dormancy In The Garden
    By Darcy Larum - Saturday Jun 3, 2017

    By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer After months of winter, many gardeners have spring fever and a terrible craving to get their hands back in to the dirt of their gardens. On the first day of nice weather, we head out to our gardens to see what is popping up or budding. Sometimes, this can be disappointing, as the garden still looks dead and empty. In the days and weeks to follow, many of the plants will begin to show signs of life, but our attention turns to the plants that still aren’t budding or popping up. Panic can set in as we begin to wonder is my plant dormant or dead. We may search the internet with the vague question: When do plants wake up in spring? Of course, there is no exact answer to that question because it depends on too many variables, such as which plant it is,

    Source: Gardening Know How
  • Food & Wine Magazine Will Leave New York for Alabama
    By STEPHANIE STROM - Friday Jun 23, 2017

    The move reflects a changing business in which traditional food magazines, and a Manhattan address, are less important.

    Source: NYT > Home Page
  • Twitter Urges Court To Reject Bid To Revive Lawsuit Over ISIS Attack
    Wednesday Jun 7, 2017

    Family members of people killed in an attack in Jordan shouldn't be able to proceed with a lawsuit accusing Twitter of encouraging terrorism, the microblogging service argues.

    Source: Media Post: Social Media & Marketing Daily