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  • Want Greener Grass? Turn on a Robot Mower 

    Having a green thumb isn’t just a nice-to-have for everyday homeownership, apparently it’s more deeply rooted in our identities.
    But for some of us, the more we try—fertilizing, aerating, watering in the early morning—we never see the same results as what we see on YouTube.  
    Enter the robotic lawn mower

  • Do Robotic Mowers Work?

    Are Robotic Lawn Mowers Worth Buying Over a Landscaping Service? If you sift through social media feeds on robotic mowers,…

  • UGC Landroid

    WORX: Landroid M Hands-On Review

    After a season using Landroid M, I was impressed by several elements. It handled my yard surprisingly well, especially considering the mix of grass types (Bermuda, centipede, and tall fescue) and steep slope in a couple of spots. The brushless motor is both efficient and extremely quiet – I could not hear it operating while I was working in a different part of the yard 75 feet away. I also like that it uses an easy to replace 20V Power Share battery, which should last at least 500 charge cycles before it needs to be replaced.

  • Pinching plants

    Pinching Annual Plants for Better Growth

    It can be difficult to convince ourselves to pinch annual bedding plants, especially when they look perfectly healthy. But a snip early in the growing season can reap rewards the rest of the year. Pinching involves removing the growing tips of young shoots to promote branching.

  • Planting flower beds

    How to Arrange Plants in a Flower Bed

    How do you arrange plants in a flower bed to create cohesion instead of chaos?
    To answer this question, it helps to look at nature. In natural habitats, plants tend to grow in drifts or clusters, with one group of plants weaving and mingling with the next. Here is how.

  • Evergreen Shrubs

    Evergreen Shrubs for Sunny Locations

    Evergreen shrubs provide year-round structure and color to the garden. Designers think of them as the backbone of a planting, providing form and interest even when the rest of the garden is dormant. In sunny gardens, it is easy to overlook evergreen foliage in favor of flowering perennials and deciduous shrubs. Of course, many evergreen shrubs also bloom. The following evergreen shrubs for sunny locations will help you create a garden that looks good no matter the time of year.

  • Dreamy Scene Of A Ruby Topaz Hummingbird Chrysolampis Mosquitus Hovering

    5 Vines Hummingbirds Love

    Vines are the secret to lush gardens, filling vertical space with stunning blooms and radiant foliage. They also provide an abundance of nectar for hungry hummingbirds.

  • Three versions of battery operated lawn mower - showing you can mulch, bag, and go out the side

    WORX Nitro 80V Self-Propelled 21″ Lawnmower Review

    I wanted to find out if this WORX walk-behind mower would deliver on the “gas-like power and performance” hype. This is what I learned. Bottom line, if you’re shopping for a clean, quiet battery operated lawn mower, the Nitro 80V Mower would be an excellent choice.

  • Gardener Trimming Flowers With Secateurs In The Garden. Little Boy and Father cutting

    Prune Spring Flowering Shrubs after Blooming

    Understanding the right time to prune flowering shrubs can mean the difference between an abundance of blooms and a garden stripped of its flowers. For the best display season after season, prune spring-blooming shrubs after flowering.

  • Smiling Father Mother And Son Pet And Play With Smooth

    Gardening Without Gas

    Even if it’s a great idea to reduce the pollution, noise, and hassle associated with gasoline power, is it possible to keep a beautiful, healthy yard without gas powered tools?