Category: Garden Tips

The best time to spray dandelions

Finally – Spring has sprung! Spring has finally sprung in our part of the world, and with it comes the urge to get out in the garden and getting your hands a bit dirty as you prepare the gardens, lawns and flowerbeds for a summer of enjoyment. As the snow left and the lawns started […]

Avoid These Garden Equipment Blunders

You pay good money for your tools, right? It only makes sense to take good care of them. Don’t make these mistakes! Not Protecting From Rain & Weather Damage If you store your prize tiller outdoors, be sure to have it well-covered and the cover firmly secure. For your sweet baby of a hobby farm […]

Best Body Mechanics When Using Your Wheelbarrow

Just because your wheelbarrow is awesome, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t use proper body mechanics to avoid injuries. There is no reason for a sore back, hamstrings, or shoulders, at least, not from using your wheelbarrow. When you use your wheelbarrow, use the power in your legs. When it is time to grab the handles […]

Enabled Gardening – Gardening For The Disabled

Gardening is gor everyone

  Dr Benjamin Rush, a Founding Father of the United States of America, provided a well known quotation. “It has been remarked, that the maniacs of the male sex in all hospitals, who assist in cutting wood, making fires, and digging in a garden, and the females who are employed in washing, ironing, and scrubbing […]

10 Ways to Protect yourself while Working Outside

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Working outside can be a dangerous job. Most of the time you’re working with sharp tools and exposed to the hot sun for long periods of time. In order to stay healthy and robust so you can work on your garden or lawn more, you need to take care of your body. I’ve found that […]

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