12 Common Garden Plants that are Seriously Poisonous to Pets
Pet lovers know that our furry friends love the garden. Being outdoors with you, enjoying the sunshine, exploring the plants, and having a nibble or two make for just about the best day a pet can ask for....
We suggest some of the following perennials that are non-toxic: Bachelors Button (Cornflower, Bluebottle) Cinquefoil Coreopsis Day Lilies Globe Thistle Jasmine Moss Phlox Roses Star Jasmine Strawberries If you’re looking for bulbs, why not try: Canna Lily Gloxina Grape Hyacinth Asiatic or Oriental Lilies Stargazer Lily Tiger Lily
How To Improve Your Garden Soil Without A Compost Heap
How to improve your soil without a compost heap with eggshells, coffee grounds, and banana peels
Planting a Dog Friendly Garden
Here are five recommended shrubs for dog friendly gardens: 1.) Red-Twig Dogwood 2.) Smoke Tree 3.) Forsythia 4.) Spiraea 5.) Lilac. Another must in a dog friendly garden is a tough ground cover. These low growing powerhouses tolerate stepping, rolling and turning while providing color and texture to a garden setting. Here are five recommended ground covers for a dog friendly backyard: 1.) Elfin Thyme 2.) Irish Moss 3.) Miniature Stonecrop 4.) Labrador Violet 5.) Snow in Summer
30 Garden Plants That Are Harmful for Pets.
30 Garden Plants That Are Harmful For Pets Infographic.
How to Pet Proof Your Backyard Infographic
HomeAdvisor created this great infographic describing how to pet proof your backyard. Take into consideration fencing areas, common areas, and organic fertilizers to protect the garden and also your pets. Knowing which plants to grow in your yard will also help you keep your pets safe from illness. Take a look at how you can …
DIY Knitting Kit for Cat Bed
Make your own cat bed! Spoil your furry friend with the softest Merino wool bed! DIY kit has 2 lbs of super chunky Merino wool She will love it and will spend long enjoyable time sleeping there - DIY
It is definitely starting to feel like spring here with a few early wildflowers starting to pop up. Today John planted a cypress tree, and I’ve got plans for some plantings in the coming week…
I don't own a dog, but this garden made me think it could be possible one day! Lisa Orgler Design: A DOG FRIENDLY GARDEN