Thumbnail image by Ekaterina Ershova from Pixabay By Rebecca Fending Florida is a garden lover’s dream: with year-round gardening and the ability to grow just about anything, your garden never has to go unused. During February, both warm and cool-season crops...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Rebecca Fending Summer is one of the most difficult seasons to keep cool while active. Although the warm weather coaxes people outside, the Florida sun also tends to be overbearing, forcing folks back inside by midafternoon....
Thumbnail image from Pixabay From Brandpoint Content Gardening enthusiasm is surging thanks to our increased time at home - whether on a small-space patio or in a larger backyard. In fact, people spent 42% more time gardening in 2020 than the...
Article and images from Family Features Spring means it’s time to start sprucing up your home and garden with a little TLC inside and out. If you’re unsure where to begin, consider these tips: Make function a priority. While aesthetic changes...
Thumbnail photo by Adrianna Calvo from Pexels By Rebecca Fending  April is Lawn and Garden Month, aptly appointed due to the arrival of spring. Now is the time of year when green thumbs start to defrost and we tend to start planning our yearly garden....
Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Rebecca Fending Have you been looking for an excuse to get into or start gardening this year? March 12 is National Plant a Flower Day, understandably established in the middle of gardening season. Gardening can be...
By Kathy Megyeri “Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food, and medicine to the soul.”LUTHER BURBANK Roz Johe, 57, and her mother, Vickie Chavenello, 81, in Vero Beach, FL, find daily therapy in their garden....
Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Rebecca Fending Flowers are a great way to spruce up your yard, but many people don't think about the positive affect that planting has on their local ecosystem. From helping pollinators to repelling invasive insects, flowers...
Thumbnail image from Pixabay By Kay Burton Summer heat can really take a toll on your lawn, more so if you do not have a solid program. If you don't address the early signs of pests, mow too low, or water...
By J.C. Amodea, images submitted by writer Gardening is said to be the best medicine and is essential to maintaining a healthy living environment. During these challenging times, social distancing can be difficult - but why not take advantage of...
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