There’s something undeniably serene and lovely about sitting near a tranquil pond. Those who design public parks have long been aware of this and incorporated ponds accordingly, making a place for fowl such as ducks and geese to rest as visitors watch from a bench in the grass, often with a bag full of breadcrumbs in hand.
Just Married? Just bought a new house? Still making payments on those new appliances for the kitchen? If you are like most young newlyweds just starting out, your first home is a starter home, an older home whose curb appeal holds little appeal. Even on a limited budget, you can transform the look of your home with some yard maintenance and simple home restorations. These three easy tips will help you transform your yard and create a picturesque curb appeal.
Gardening is a great way to get fresh, healthy vegetables every day and save money, too. Vegetables that come from your own garden can be completely organic, yet healthy and hearty. Composting is the way to go. Turn household and yard scraps into food for your garden. Anyone can do it, and a composting tumbler makes it easy and year-round even in cold climates.
Where to Put Your Garden
Where you put your garden is a very important decision. Vegetable plants like full sun so you need to put your garden in the sunniest location you can find. Planting vegetables in a shady spot will cause you much frustration and disappointment when they don’t grow and produce as you would like.