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The What, Why and How of Lawn Overseeding

May 20, 2020 Published by Leave your thoughts

Is your lawn looking patchy and worn thin in spots? Missing lush green grass that not only looks great, but is fun for playing and picnics? This is often due to bad drainage, compacted soil, weeds and the weather. You can restore your grass to its former glory by using a technique called overseeding. Read on to find out what overseeding is and learn how to overseed your lawn in Fargo, ND. What is lawn overseeding? Overseeding is the process of adding more seeds to your existing lawn to make the entire area look more lush and healthy. This is... View Article

What Is a Victory Garden? Here Are Some Tips to Plant Your Own

May 7, 2020 Published by Leave your thoughts

With COVID-19 taking over the world and making it more difficult to source produce (among other household staples), perhaps it’s time to consider growing your own food in Fargo, ND. Planting a victory garden is a time-honored American tradition, starting with the First World War. Not only is it a money-saving and practical choice, but gardening can be a rewarding task on its own—and if you learn to can your fruits and vegetables, you can enjoy them all year long. What is a victory garden? The term “victory garden” comes from the World War I era, in which Americans were... View Article

Essential Planting Tools and Techniques for Gardeners

May 5, 2020 Published by Leave your thoughts

The gardening season is finally just about upon us! If you’re interested in getting more in depth with your gardening this year, or are just exploring the hobby for the first time, it’s important for you to get a good baseline knowledge of the kinds of planting tools you need to have and techniques you should be familiar with to set yourself up for success in Fargo, ND. Here’s a quick overview of what you should know! Tools A gardener must be well outfitted with all of the proper “tools of the trade.” While you don’t need to go out... View Article

In Zone 3 or 4? Time to Start Planting!

April 23, 2020 Published by Leave your thoughts

It might be hard to believe, as the weather still has a bit of a nip in the air, but if you’re in agricultural zones 3 or 4, it’s time for you to get started with planting certain types of vegetables if you hope to be on schedule for the seeding season in Fargo, ND. Zones 3 and 4 are generally characterized as the upper Midwest, including portions of the Dakotas, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan and other neighboring states. If you’re planting from seed, we’re already in the window for getting indoor planting started for Brussels sprouts, broccoli, kale, lettuce,... View Article

Choosing the Plants for a Butterfly Garden

April 6, 2020 Published by Leave your thoughts

There are so many beautiful reasons to consider transforming your yard into a butterfly garden. These special habitats have an enormous benefit to pollination, which means they make your yard healthier and more vibrant. Butterfly gardens also encourage spiders and ladybugs—two of the more beneficial varieties of insects—to call your garden home. In other words, it may start with attracting butterflies, but adding plants that draw butterflies often results in the creation of a thriving ecosystem. Turning your yard into a butterfly garden is also easier than you might think. For example, native butterflies prefer native plants. When they’re planted... View Article