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Tag Archives: Compost

Staging Your Landscape to Sell Your Home

While the market can fluctuate from year to year and some months are better than others for selling, there are certain things that could allow you to get a higher return on the sale of your home. One of them is your landscape or the lack there of. A home that has a desirable landscape is going …

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Edible Gardens…Delicious!

Square Foot gardeningWhile  there are a lot of followers of my blog and in some cases in other parts of the country, unless you have gone through a Texas Summer, you cannot imagine the challenges of a Texas garden. This past year has been no exception.  With record heat, drought and the threat of another …

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Lisa’s 5 Basic Rules of a Successful Gardener

With the depressing last blog I posted, with impeding doom and drought  just shy of the locusts invading Austin,  I thought at least a few solutions were in order.  I have 5 basic rules to becoming a succesful garden and I have seen them work for over 20 years.  After a recent trip for over …

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Compost Can Save the World…

Looking for the easiest and safest way to fertilize your lawn, trees and beds? Compost is a fantastic way to add quality soil to your lawn, fertilize your sod and get in a good workout all at the same time. The purpose for adding compost is to add an organic fertilizer while adding depth to …

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