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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....

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....

22 Perennial plants that love shade

22 Perennial plants that love shade

How to improve your soil without a compost heap with eggshells, coffee grounds, and banana peels

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

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

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

10 Plants That Repel Bugs Naturally

10 Bug Repelling Plants Your Backyard Needs

10 Plants That Repel Bugs Naturally

How to Grow and Use Edible Wildflowers from the Grow it! Eat it! Series

Edible Wildflowers: Grow it! Eat it

How to Grow and Use Edible Wildflowers from the Grow it! Eat it! Series

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…

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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…

Root Crop Storage Bin- root veggies like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter, just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin without sand.

Root Crop Storage Bin- root veggies like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter, just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin without sand.

If you own a pet and love to grow houseplants, this article is for you-- Houseplants that are toxic for DOGS.

34 Poisonous Houseplants for Dogs and Cats

If you own a pet and love to grow houseplants, this article is for you-- Houseplants that are toxic for DOGS.

Some flowers used by florists are toxic to cats - Lilies being the most poisonous! Learn more about which ones to avoid in bouquets (for cat owners)

Some flowers used by florists are toxic to cats - Lilies being the most poisonous! Learn more about which ones to avoid in bouquets (for cat owners)

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