The sun is out, temperatures are rising, and you might be getting the itch to try your hand at gardening. But what if you live in a condo or townhouse with limited outdoor space? Just because your outdoor space is small doesn’t mean you have to miss out on growing food or flowers. Container gardening is a great way to try growing your own food or beautify your deck or patio. Here’s how to get started:
There’s a reason gardeners call compost “black gold:” It’s easy to make, and can give your garden or potted plants an excellent nutrient boost. On top of these benefits, it’s also a great way to recycle your waste and reduce your environmental impact – according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, food scraps and yard waste make up to 30% of our trash. These materials are perfect ingredients for composting, so you can take your trash, which would otherwise eat up room in landfills, and turn it into gardening treasure instead.
You know those home sellers whose house shows well, looks clean and beautiful, and to top it off they say moving was really pretty easy? It’s time to learn how they do it.
Experts say that this year will bring us a tick apocalypse, thanks to the wet spring weather and mild winter. It is wise for everyone to take precautions to avoid contact with these tiny pests, even while heading out into your beautiful back yard.
Spring is here, and that often means a new job, relocating, and plenty of chaos. For just about everybody, picking up and moving is a big deal, and it can be stressful if you tackle it alone. This is why you need to consider a relocation specialist, a real estate professional who is uniquely trained to make this transition as smooth and stress-free as possible.
A well-kept yard is appealing, but perhaps you want something more – something that helps everyone who visits feel relaxed. This concept might be for the enjoyment of your family and friends, but it will also be beneficial when you try to sell your home.