If you have trees in your yard, you’ve likely encountered the challenges of trying to grow grass in the shade. Grass needs adequate sunlight and nutrients to grow, which trees often block. Read on to find out what you can do to help your grass survive in shady conditions.
Santa came early at my house this year! I decided that Steve, my fiancé, needed to have a little fishing buddy on those cold morning when I just couldn’t get out of bed to meet at the dock . . . brrrrr! So we adopted a Jack Russell terrier named Orvis. Read on to find out more.
If you’re ever anywhere near New Hampshire, do yourself a favor and make the drive north to the White Mountain National Forest. There, you’ll find the Presidential Range, a 12-mile-long rocky ridge of eight sky-piercing mountains. And at the center of this natural wonder is Mount Washington, the highest peak in New England. There are four basic ways to the top: hiking, driving, taking a guided van tour, or riding the train. Read on to find out more.
Trees provide a lifetime of beauty, clean air, shade, and shelter. If you’re shopping for trees for your yard, you may be overwhelmed by the hundreds of species and varieties available. One of the best ways to narrow down your choices is to determine the purpose of the trees in your landscape design. Read on to find out more.
Well, with Thanksgiving right around the corner and Christmas not too far behind, getting your house spruced up and ready for your family and friends can sometimes strain the joy and holiday spirit. I recently traveled to NYC to do a SMT (Satellite Media Tour) to share some products you can incorporate into your planning to help rid you of the bah-hum-bugs! Read on to find out more.
The key to painting aluminum siding is preparation and priming. All of the chalkiness must be washed and scrubbed off, and any flaking paint removed. In a nutshell, you need to start with a clean palette. Once everything is clean and dry, you’re ready to apply your primer. Here’s where a lot of people make a mistake. Read on to find out more.