For lawn enthusiasts, the white grub is public enemy #1! Luckily, you can fight off grubs naturally with beneficial nematodes, naturally occurring microscopic worms that prey on grubs.
While starting seeds indoors is a great way to get a head start on your garden, another options is to tuck them directly into the soil outdoors. Here are a few tips for planting seeds outside in your Niagara garden this year.
Decorative mulch can add a beautiful finishing touch to your landscaping. However, mulch also serves a more functional purpose, being great for your soil and in some cases, protecting your plants from the elements.
Potting mix is ideal for hanging baskets and container gardening. It is lightweight and allows for excellent drainage. And you may be surprised to learn, it's actually a soilless mix!
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