Lawn & Garden Stories

No Mow May? How about Mow Better May!

No Mow May? How about Mow Better May! You've heard the catchy phrase about "No Mow May" and think, does that mean I can skip

Resident and Community Food Gardening Grant Program Now Open

The Montgomery County Office of Food Systems Resilience and the Office of Grants Management are soliciting grant applications for the FY23 Resident and Community Food

Your “green” spring to-do list!

From the spring peepers calling to the daffodils in bloom, the earliest signs of the spring are all around us! With spring right around the

Getting rid of your lawn? Follow our plan for a beautiful garden AND happy neighbors

Making the switch to less lawn requires prep work. You can't let the lawn go wild on its own, because it may not attract pollinators,

Flame weeding–a great replacement for herbicides!

Have pesky weeds in your patio or sidewalk cracks? Want to control weeds in mulched beds without herbicides? Try flame weeding, for an effective, chemical-free

The future is here! All about Robot Mowing.

The Next Big Home Automation: Robot Mowing Are you looking for efficient, state of the art equipment to take care of your lawn? What if

Is it time for a new lawn mower? Go Electric!

Is it time for a new lawn mower? If you are in the market for a new lawn mower, take some tips from the pros

Yard care tips for the fall

Fall is one of the best times to improve your lawn, trees, shrubs, and garden. The basic maintenance you do during this "second spring" will

Meet the Magical Glomalin: Perhaps the most important glue in the world!

Ever wonder what holds the soil together? It’s not Velcro, tape, or oil: it’s glomalin, a sticky glycoprotein that glues sand, silt, clay, and organic

Which way to spray for ticks and mosquitoes?

The environment is so in fashion. But a healthy runway doesn't include bug bites or Lyme disease, so when many of us look to keep
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