It’s that time of year again where ticks start to come out in full force. We’re happy that spring is FINALLY here, but the sudden onset of bites and buzzing is still a drag. We’ve been hearing for a month or so now that THIS is they year they’re going to be really, really bad.Continue reading Ticks: What You Need to Know
Winter is almost over and the snow is starting to melt away and we’re all looking forward to a warm spring. Have you noticed how your driveway looks after about three months of winter? Is it time for some asphalt repair?Continue reading Asphalt Repair: Yes, You Can DIY!
When cold temperatures linger and snow keeps coming, it can feel like winter is never going to end. As we trundle our way through the last chills of winter, we all look forward to warm, spring months where flowers start to bloom again and grasses become greener. We may even get a taste of spring as a tease before winter is really over. But, before we make our way to local nurseries to pick out some perennials or start planning our veggie gardens, there’s some post-winter cleaning to do.Continue reading Clean Up Winter Before Spring!
Cold weather is back again, so it’s time to take out the winter gear to stay warm and safe.
It’s easy enough to remember the basics like hats and gloves. But, did you know that there are many other ways to stay warm and toasty all winter long?Continue reading How To Stay Warm in Winter Weather
Fish has been used by Native Americans as a natural source of plant nutrients for hundreds of years. The organic matter that the fish fertilizer provides breaks down and releases nutrients into the soil for plant strength and vitality, and also enhances the naturally occurring micro organisms in your soil. This means that you don’t have to use synthetic or chemical fertilizers that are the main source of groundwater pollution, AND the fish fertilizer is safe for people and pets.Continue reading What’s So Great About Liquid Fish?
Garlic is a welcome smell in many kitchens. A little olive oil, a little garlic…dinner is on its way!
But… Did you know that garlic is also a very powerful (and natural) insect and garden pest repellent?Continue reading Garlic: The Natural Pest Repellent
If you happen to utter the words “Ice Dams”, do you notice that people tend to cringe? Last winter was particularly brutal, and homeowners and insurance companies alike are hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst!Continue reading Top Tips to Avoid Ice Dam Issues