2015

Landscaping Tips: Start A New Lawn By Laying Sod

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If you want to start a new lawn in your backyard, you have two options: sowing grass seed or laying down sod. Sod is a type of artificial lawn that is easy to lay down and gives you instant results. While it is more expensive than seed, you aren’t starting from scratch. The grass has already grown in pieces of ground that are then implanted onto your lawn. Here are instructions for starting a new lawn by laying down sod.…

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Four Simple Steps To Turn Yellow Grass Green

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Lawns are meant to provide a beautiful, comfortable outdoor space for families to enjoy, but who wants to relax on dead, dry grass? If your lawn is turning yellow, you may find yourself at a loss to reverse the damage. Increasing your watering doesn’t always work, which is when it’s time to turn to the experts. These are five ways to restore your lawn to its former glory and keep it green year-round.…

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Four Ways To Keep Your Lilac Bushes Healthy

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Known for their fresh fragrance and beautiful flowers, lilac bushes are common in yards throughout North America. If you want your lilac bush to keep blooming healthfully year after year, then it’s essential to care for it properly. Following these four steps will encourage your tree to grow thicker and produce more flowers, and will also help protect it from common diseases such as powdery mildew disease and lilac blight.…

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3 Tips For Safely Storing Your Propane Tanks

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Whether you rely on propane to operate your emergency generator or simply to keep your backyard BBQ going, ensuring that your propane tanks are stored properly is an extremely important part of using this gas safely. Thankfully, the tips below can help you to easily accomplish this task so that you can enjoy a positive and safe experience when storing and using propane. Tip #1: Get Your Propane Tanks Off The Ground…

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