Suburban Outdoor Living

How To Make The Most Of A Small BackyardWritten by Guest Blogger: AJ Earley It would be nice if we all had a huge backyard (and an even huger budget) to work with. Imagine all the possibilities&hellip... Read more...
How to Enliven your Lawn this Christmas with Right Landscape Supplies?By Guest Blogger Mary MathisLandscapeImage source: www.shutterstock.comYour garden is the part of your property that needs constan... Read more...
Creating a beautiful winter gardenby Guest Blogger: Nick Stoyanov When people mention winter garden, the first thing that pops to mind is a secluded area, protected from wind, rain an... Read more...
The Benefits of Beesby Guest Blogger:Akshata Mehta If you’re an active gardener who isn’t too fond of bees, then it’s time to think again. Bees are one of the most important factors in determining you... Read more...
Creating an Eco-Friendly Outdoor Living Space by Guest Blogger: McKinley Carbone Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chuckie.carboneTwitter: @CheeksymeeksAs warmer weather approaches, it is about time ... Read more...
Why you should photograph your garden.by Guest Blogger Nick CesareWhen the natural philosopher Ibn al-Haytham created the first camera obscura by projecting light through a small pinhole into a dark r... Read more...
Preparing Your Outdoor Space For Warm-Weather Entertaining Written By Guest Blog AJ Earley Every day the sun is shining a little brighter and longer, and if you’re like me, you can’t wa... Read more...
Landscaping Considerations for Fire PitsBy Guest Blogger Jeriann Watkinsdairyairhead.comTwitter: @JeriannWatkinsNow that it’s spring, many people are planning out how to optimize their yards for maxim... Read more...
CAN YOU DO EDIBLE GARDENING IN CONTAINERS?This answer is DEFINITELY! Gardening with fruits and vegetables can be a very rewarding and delicious experience. Growers have made significant advances in cr... Read more...
PROTECT YOUR LANDSCAPE NO MATTER WHAT Mother nature make wreak havoc on your landscape plants and lawn; whether it’s a drought, excessive precipitation, scalding hot conditions, or bone chillin... Read more...
Every Landscape Needs Color Trying new plant varieties can be a daunting task. Fortunately, the nurseries that we work with perform the arduous process of testing all new plants for multiple seasons ... Read more...
THE MELKA GARDEN CENTER OUTDOOR LIVING BLOG Creating your Ideal Outdoor Living Space Written By Guest Blogger: Robert Knox Of PattenCAT Having an outdoor living space can make your yard more... Read more...
Fall is a Fantastic time to plant trees, shrubs and flowering perennials for many reasons. Fall typically brings cooler temperatures which allow for a less stressful environment for new plants. Strong... Read more...
Spring is slowly making its presence known in our area. After a long winter, how about putting some color back into last year’s winter containers? The mixture of Frasier Fir, Red Twig Dogwood, W... Read more...
Hopefully cabin fever hasn’t set in for you as bad as in winter 2014, a year in which the phrase “Polar Vortex” became a household name. 2015 has already broken records in February f... Read more...
It seems that after such a brutally cold winter, our unpredictable midwest weather would flip us on our heads and bring extreme heat and drought. Fortunately this has not been the case as we have seen... Read more...
It has been a long and hard winter, but it's time to wake up and smell the roses! No wait, not the roses, still too early. How about the fresh cut grass? No, still a bit of snow left and the frost l... Read more...
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