According to our favorite groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, Spring will be here sooner than later which means we better get a move on with our gardens! If you’re like us, you believe green thumbs should be in full force year-round and one of the best ways to do that is by beginning your indoor seed garden. Some plants may only take a couple weeks to grow, however, several need a full eleven to pluck up the courage to sprout before making their outdoor debut.
Keep in mind that some of these seeds are “direct-sown” and should therefore be planted directly into the outdoor soil. Also, keep in mind that if you have the luxury of a greenhouse that these seedlings will bloom at a much quicker rate because of the heat exposure.
Learn a little summer to fall transitional lawn maintenance and the importance of hiring a professional.
Welcome to VLS’s New Lawn Prep School. Class is in Session.
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Learn a little about deadheading, pruning, and the importance of hiring a professional.
Welcome to VLS's New Lawn Prep School. Class is in Session.
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It's that time of the year! Grilling Season. Throw on your white sneakers and tube socks and then prepare to have them knocked off by these stellar recipes!
First, we have Peachy Baby Back Ribs!
Peachy Baby Back Ribs
Then, wow your…
“How Short Should I Cut My Grass In The Spring?”
In the very late winter and early spring, it is recommended that one cuts their grass extremely close (approximately 1”) in order to dethatch and remove dead layers of grass and debris.…