Most plants benefit from some sort of regular pruning and maintenance. The trick is knowing when to prune what.
Start with the right pruning tools - The first thing you need to consider is which tool is best for the job. Four basic tools required for pruning are hand pruners, loppers, shears, and saws.
Neglecting Cub Appeal
Never underestimate the power of curb appeal. Many homeowners put all of their energy into the backyard, but the front of the house is where first impressions are made.
1. Feed Your Lawn Regularly Your lawn processes nutrients within 6-8 weeks, so fertilizing it once a year is not enough! Keeping a schedule of every 4-6 weeks will keep your lawn fed so it can grow strong and crowd out any weeds.