Writer. Web practitioner. Freelance gardener. Analyst. Friendly problem solver. Professional social media fanatic. "When the world wearies, and society fails to satisfy, there is always the garden.” – Minnie Aumonier

Benefits of Cat Grass

Benefits of Cat Grass For Your Cat

Cats are obligate carnivores with a taste for grass. Doesn’t make sense? Great! Very little about cats does, and that’s the way they like it. 
Since we can’t actually ask cats why they enjoy odd munch on grass, we’ll have to ask the scientists instead.

Heath Wave

How to Protect Your Plants from a Heatwave

Heatwaves come and go, but that doesn’t mean your plants also have to. As temperatures soar beyond 90°F, most plants start to suffer. Out of their comfort zone of 55-85°F, the typical signs of weather damage begin to show. Generally, heat stress presents itself primarily as wilting, showing that water loss has taken place as leaves turn crunchy brown before dying. But your plant will cry for help in more ways than one. 

Squirrels in your garden

Squirrels in the Garden: the Good & the Bad

Squirrels perch adorably on that fine fence line between entertainment and nuisance. While a welcome sight for many, many gardeners will already be aware of the trail of subtle destruction squirrels leave behind. Today, we’re exposing the garden squirrel. We’ll look at its good and bad side, examining all angles and figuring out why they do what they do – let’s get to it!

caring for clippings and cuttings

How to Take Care of Plant Clippings & Cuttings

Propagating your plants can be a rewarding experience if done right. So, in this article, we’re going to learn the right way to take care of your plant’s clipping and cuttings! With the right care, attention, and following a few tried and tested steps (outlined above), you can ensure your little cuttings and clippings reach their full potential.

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