Here some statistics about lawns along the Gulf Coast that might interest you: The typical homeowner on the upper Gulf Coast uses 10,000 gallons of
Connection with gardens, even small ones, even potted plants, can become windows to the inner life. The simple act of stopping and looking at the
It’s August and hot, dry days may be coming our way. At least that’s what happened last year. With all the rain we haven’t had
I have found out that squirrels are pretty opportunistic eaters. In fact, there’s not much they won’t eat – they’re not picky by any means.
In my mind’s eye, I see a complete ecosystem of organisms, from the tiniest bacteria to the fat earthworms that wriggle in and out of the decaying vegetation. There is a certain thrill to the fact that I am part of the process of this cycle of life…and death.
Landscapers know that one of the most crucial elements to having a beautiful lawn is healthy soil. Healthy soil is loose and aerated, a place where roots can spread deeply and organisms thrive.