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Looking out your window at healthy lawns, trees and flowers is a great way to boost your happiness quotient. It’s also a perfect opportunity to remember all the ways plants benefit our environment. The next time you look around at the plants you call your own, know that they’re helping the earth in these five ways and more.

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My plant is dying, what can I do?

Jun 4, 2015 10:07:02 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Problem Solvers Gardening 101 How-to Guide

My plant is dying, what can I do? – You will never drown a plant within the first week after you’ve planted it. However, the vast majority of plants that die within the first year of planting have been victims to over-watering (especially when lawn irrigation is involved). 

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February Landscaping Tips

Feb 9, 2015 11:10:46 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Gardening 101 How-to Guide

February Landscaping Tips – Winter is a great time to prune certain trees and shrubs, and to plan out landscaping projects with a design professional to ensure the right plants are going in the right space. Planning is the key to any great landscape. Below are McKay's February Landscaping Tips:

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Fall is the best time to plant!

Sep 23, 2014 11:19:10 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Gardening 101 How-to Guide

Fall Landscaping - Fall is here! If your summer got busy and you put off some much-needed landscaping projects, no need to fear. There is plenty of time to plant. Any die-hard gardener knows the secret that fall is actually the BEST time for planting trees and shrubs. The temperatures are cooler and plants can get established and strong before next spring.

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How to water your plants properly

Aug 7, 2014 9:41:20 AM

Written by McKay Staff in Problem Solvers Gardening 101 How-to Guide

Proper Watering Technique - With temps in the 80's and 90's, plants, especially perennials, tend to dry out exceedingly quick. Make sure to monitor plants by sticking your finger in the soil next to the plant. You want the top 2 or 3 inches of the soil to be dry. If it is dry below that, you need to water.

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