Posts tagged with: watering

Tip #269: No Till Gardening

Historically, at the start of the planting season, gardens and fields were dig and tilled to loosen the earth and prepare it for planting. In today’s tip, we’re going to cover some no-till gardening methods and strategies and why you […]

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Tip #240: More Landscaping Tips

Over the last several years, we’ve learned lots of little tips and tricks to help make the garden more productive and easier to manage. Here are 5 more we can share with you as we get ready for the winter.

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Tip #229: Drip Irrigation/Soaker Hoses

Drip irrigation works by laying irrigation tubing from a water source to garden. Soaker hoses are similar to drip irrigation, with the difference being that water gradually seeps out and is emitted throughout the entire length of the hose

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Lifestyle Videos: How to Water Your Garden

We’ve partnered with our friends at Lifestyle Videos to put together this video on how to water your garden.

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Tip #82: Get Your Garden Ready For Next Year

Prepare your garden by cleaning out pots and planters, sharpening your hand tools, turning your compost pile, and starting a lasagna garden. You’ll be thankful in the spring taking the time to prepare your garden now.

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Tip #77: Protect Your Garden From Frost

Cold weather is coming. Here’s what you can do to protect your tender annuals from getting affected by frost.

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Tip #71: Use Leftover Cooking Liquid In Your Garden

Use leftover cooking water to feed your plants and garden a nutrient-rich solution.

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Tip #53: Keep Trees Watered During Summer

We suggest watering your trees twice a week during the growing season (early spring to late fall) twice per week. Trees will be more vigorous, more resilient, and grow stronger.

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Tip 18: What is Xeriscaping?

Xeriscaping means designing a landscape with minimal maintenance and low or no external watering.

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Tip 13: Using Watering Cans

fill up your watering cans so the water can come to room temperature before watering

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