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How to Use A Pruning Knife & Other Garden Knives

A pruning knife is a must-have in the garden. It’s similar to a pocket knife but instead of a straight blade, a pruning knife features a curved, hooked blade.

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The Environmental Benefits of Natural Burlap

In addition to being a versatile and durable material, natural burlap is a sustainable choice for those looking to reduce their environmental impact.

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What You Need to Know About Tree Watering

During long periods without rainfall, trees can suffer and even die without timely watering.

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Cold Weather and How It Affects Your Lawn

Unsurprisingly, the cold weather of winter can be a problematic time for grass.

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How to Prepare Your Yard for Winter

As temperatures drop in autumn, it's the perfect time to prepare your lawn and garden for winter.

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How Tree Shelters Help Young Trees

Tree shelters, also known as tree protectors or tree tubes, offer an array of protection for vulnerable saplings and young trees.

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Your Vegetable Garden Supplies Checklist

A vegetable garden can be the beginning of a lifelong hobby that promises to be rewarding at every turn. With all of that at stake, it’s important to set yourself up for success.

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Common Tree Pests: How to Spot and Stop Them

With warmer temperatures come lush greenery, beautiful blossoms and unfortunately pesky pests.

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The Absolutely Essential Tree Repair Products

Trees may require repair for a variety of reasons. There’s weather damage, including hurricane damage, rodent destruction, insect invasion and open wounds that could all cause significant damage to your tree.

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How to Use a Soaker Hose in a Vegetable Garden & Other Areas of Your Yard

Watering your vegetables, flowers or shrubs by hand can be extremely time consuming. Plus, the water often evaporates or runs off before it even reaches a plant’s roots.

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Soaker Hose vs. Drip Irrigation

Homeowners have a choice when it comes to how they want to deliver water to their flowers and vegetables.

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How to Use a Soaker Hose for Foundation Watering

Soaker hoses can also be helpful for those looking to better protect their home’s foundation in areas where extreme heat and drought occur with heavy rainfall during other parts of the year. 

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The Many Uses of Poly Sandbags

The woven plastic fibers are strong, flexible and rot-resistant, which allows them to be reused for a wide variety of tasks around your home and garden.

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How to Prepare Your Yard For Winter with Burlap Plant Fabric

Unexpected cold snaps and abrupt temperature changes can wreak havoc on your plants. Burlap fabric is a simple form of protection.

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Why Trees Lean and How Tree Straps Can Help

A young tree may lean for a variety of reasons.

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Natural Jute Twine: Your Garden’s Swiss Army Knife

It may not look like much but jute twine is a reliable and inexpensive tool that can be a big help in your garden.

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The Many Uses of Burlap Landscape Fabric

Burlap landscape fabric may be most known as an easy and effective form of weed prevention, but its uses go well beyond that.

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How to Install Weed Block Landscape Fabric Using Ground Staples

Landscape fabric is an easy and effective way to prevent weeds from taking root in your garden, but one that relies heavily on its strategic and secure placement.

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How to Use a Tree Stake Kit

Tree staking can help support a tree until it is strong enough to bear its own weight. But it must be done properly to avoid incidental damage.

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How to Protect Saplings with Spiral Tree Guards

Saplings and recently planted trees are particularly susceptible to critters gnawing at the bark of your tree. A simple spiral tree guard is the best form of protection.

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Sunscald 101 and How Treekote Tree Wrap Can Help

The best way to handle sunscald is to prevent it before it even starts. Trunks can be dressed with TreeKote Tree Wrap to protect it from the sun in the winter and early spring.

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A Green Thumb’s Guide to Hardwood Garden Stakes

Hardwood garden stakes are often an unsung hero of the backyard. Learn how they can help young or weak plants, as well as installation tips.

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Oak Wilt 101: What It Is and How Treekote Wound Dressing Can Help

Oak wilt is a serious disease that can spread quickly for the red oak group. Treekote Wound Dressing can prevent or slow the transmission.

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