Exploring Lawn Care Procedures and Equipment

3 Tips To Reduce The Time It Takes To Mow Your Lawn

If you are a person who dreads getting outside and mowing your lawn, you might be wondering if there are ways to make the job go a little faster. Luckily, there are. Consider these three tips to reduce the amount of time that you spend cutting grass. 1. Buy a Better Lawn Mower Truthfully, the lawn mower that you have can make a big difference in how much time it takes to cut your grass. Read More 

Want Some Jalapeno Peppers? Tips On Planting And Caring For Jalapeno Pepper Plants

If you would like to save some money and grow your own jalapeno peppers, you may be surprised at how easy they are to grow and care for.  Below are some tips so you can have a garden full of healthy peppers that you can use in your recipes. Soil Requirements Even though jalapeno peppers are easy to grow, you can pamper them a little to help them grow even better. Read More 

Ways You Can Landscape Your Small Yard Without Overcrowding It

You want your yard to have a beautiful landscape design, but your problem is you don't have a lot of square footage to work with. If your property is on the smaller side, you can still landscape your yard without making everything look overcrowded. Here are things you can do to make your yard look amazing. Trees Trees are an integral part of your landscape design, but they can take over your yard quickly without proper trimming. Read More 

Apartment Gardening: Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Container Garden

If you don't have a big back yard, you don't have to give up on gardening. Some of the best gardens are small in size and do not require a land investment. Just ask anyone who has taken to the idea of container gardening. Container gardening, the concept that involves growing fruits and vegetables in stand-alone pots, allows you to grow your own organic food on a balcony, patio or along the side of your house. Read More 

How Federal Regulations Affect Your Gas Can Spout: Make Sure You Aren’t Fined!

Many states used to not have laws regulating gas cans and gas can caps. It was perfectly okay to dispense gasoline into a metal or red plastic gas container and just have a simple screw-on cap. However, information provided to the EPA, or Environmental Protection Agency, revealed that tons of toxic fumes were being released into the air by these gas cans--especially by their caps, which were often open to the air. Read More