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Read the article: DIY: Painting or Staining Outdoor Wood Furniture

DIY: Painting or Staining Outdoor Wood Furniture

With smart planning, painting and staining your outdoor furniture can take place in less than a weekend. There are many different types of outdoor furniture types—wicker, wrought iron, aluminum and plastic—but wood is by far the most popular. Whether you go with an opacity that allows your wood furniture’s natural grain to show through or…

Read the article: DIY: How to Create a Raised Garden Bed

DIY: How to Create a Raised Garden Bed

Spring is here! That means it’s time to start your gardening projects in time to have delicious, fresh veggies and herbs, or a bountiful flower garden all summer long! Not enough space in your backyard for a big vegetable or flower garden? Raised garden beds are the perfect solution for gardeners with limited space! In…

Read the article: 5 Things to Include on Your Yard Cleanup List

5 Things to Include on Your Yard Cleanup List

Can’t wait to get back out into the garden? Well, here’s the good news! It’s time to get a head start on your spring cleaning checklist, and that includes taking care of your yard and garden beds. To look and feel its best after the harshest winter months, your yard and gardens requires spring cleaning…

Read the article: Get “Barefootable” Grass! Fertilize Your Lawn Regularly

Get “Barefootable” Grass! Fertilize Your Lawn Regularly

The secret is out: feeding your lawn is the fastest, surest way to a lush, barefoot-worthy lawn. Summer equals outdoor time, so it’s important to keep your lawn green and gorgeous for maximum enjoyment all season long. Feeding with Scotts Step-3 with 2% Iron is an important part of your summer lawn care regimen! It…

Read the article: Canning Versus Pickling: What’s the Difference?

Canning Versus Pickling: What’s the Difference?

Have you ever wondered how to preserve all that food in your garden? Learning about canning and pickling foods is a valuable tool. Not only can you create opportunities to store foods from your garden, you can also stock up on things from the store and can or pickle them! Pick up Ball canning jars…

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