Spring is the perfect time to start a garden and enjoy the beauty of nature. Whether you are a seasoned gardener or a beginner, planting a spring garden can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience. This article will provide a comprehensive guide on planning, preparing, and planting a successful spring garden. From choosing the right location to selecting the perfect plants, we will cover everything you need to know to create a vibrant and thriving garden.Continue reading
While many of us would like to lounge outside and soak up blooming flowers and sunny skies when spring rolls around, it can sometimes be hard to do when there is a laundry list of lingering tasks. This is when spring cleaning often takes place, almost like a rite of passage, during the months of March, April, and May.
While a good case of spring cleaning can be subjective, it generally consists of cleaning the things you rarely do throughout the year. Here’s a roundup of the spring cleaning tasks to remember that extend beyond the typical decluttering process.Continue reading
We may be stuck at home but that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate spring with some outdoor fun!
Even if you’re not a cook, there are a ton of things that can be thrown together with minimal time and effort. There’s no better time to start eating more vegetables and fruits with so many in season to choose from and the time to experiment!
Start Out With Some Grilled Fruit Kabobs
Fresh fruits are packed with antioxidants and a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth. Grilling fruit intensifies the flavors and brings out the fruit’s natural sweetness. Some great options that hold up well on the grill are bananas, pineapples, peaches, and melons. Cut fruits into large pieces to avoid losing any small pieces through the grates on the grill. You’ll know it’s done when the middle of the fruit is hot and it has thick, dark grill marks.Continue reading
Harsh winters can be tough on your yard, and can leave them looking a mess-dead grass and plants, damaged shrubs, trees and more. Your yard could be so damaged that you consider drastic measures, such as hiring different people and companies to fix up your yard again. Luckily, there are easier ways to revamp your yard after a hard winter and they don’t require you to spend as much money.
Fertilize the yard and replace grass
After a long and cold winter, your grass can be looking flat and brown, which calls for a lot of tending and caring. The best way to help your grass to look luscious and lively again is by supplying it with the nutrients it needs to do so. Luckily, this is an easy task that you can complete on your own. Fertilizer supplies the nutrients that grass needs to flourish. By following the directions on the fertilizer you buy, you’ll have your grass looking green and full of life in no time.Continue reading