Seeding for a new lawn can already be tiring enough but can be more frustrating once birds start eating your grass seeds. To prevent this from happening, you must know the ways on how to keep birds from eating grass seed.
Party planning and hosting can not only be hectic and stressful, but can be wasteful too - from leftovers and food waste, to excessive party decoartions that ultimately get thrown in the trash, there are a lot of sources of waste. However, throwing a party for your friends and loved ones doesn't always have to be en environmental burden... read our tips and tricks on how to have an eco-friendly celebration for all the parties you plan!
While the holiday season is one of the most joyful times of the year, it can also be the most wasteful time - from glutinous amounts of leftover foods to high electricit
Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays of the year, where feasting on excessive amounts of foods, sweets, and spirits suddenly becomes acceptable.
Winter is coming! While some of us have been waiting to say this all year just to geek-out, winter can cause some gardening enthusiasts like us are preparing for the winter plant survival battle.
Sorting your waste can be a tricky thing - there are a lot of rules and guidelines as to what is compostable, recyclable, and what belongs in the landfill.
Many of us think that our compost bins only have one use during the Halloween season: decomposting jack o'lanterns after the night's frightful festivities. However, your compost bin has more potential than just being a part of Halloween's clean up crew.
If you are passionate about gardening, you’ve probably made compost thousands of times. It helps you grow healthier plants, and it benefits your wallet, environment, and landscape at the same time. Of course, if you want your compost to do its job you have to take care of keeping a right balance of following elements: air, water, nitrogen, and carbon. Experienced gardeners know how to play with these four elements to get desired results.
Are you wondering on how to make compost in the comfort of your backyard?