71st Eastern Iowa Home Show at the Waterloo Convention Center February… – WCF Courier | NutSocia

WATERLOO – If you just can’t resist the feeling – that overwhelming urge to paint or tear down walls, remodel, redecorate or start a new interior, exterior or landscape project when spring arrives – check out the latest trends and view products available at the Eastern Iowa Home and Landscaping Show, Friday through next Sunday. … Read more

Gardening etc.: Learn more about Agatsache varieties – Arizona Daily Sun | NutSocia

CINDY MURRAY Specially for the Daily Sun Lately, I’ve grown fond of the perennial genus Agastache—so much so that I keep an eye out for new Agastache cultivars when I visit the nursery. But if I want to keep a plant as a permanent landscape feature, it must: be hardy to USDA Zone 5 or … Read more

Adult mushroom stinks and grows in Newton – Hickory Daily Record | NutSocia

Mary Canrobert Merry Christmas, Catawba Valley and everyone else near and far. I don’t usually write a Christmas column because I’m overwhelmed with the holiday preparations. I’m just as swamped this season, but I really needed to give this story some time. It couldn’t wait until 2023. Honestly, had the main characters of the story, … Read more

Column by Neil Sperry: Japanese Privets Are No Gardener’s Friends – Bryan-College Station Eagle | NutSocia

NEIL SPERRY Dear Neil: I have these two healthy trees. Do they have value? Should I save one of them? A: Its dark-leaved, vertical seedling with smooth-edged leaves is Japanese privet. She and her sister Amur River privet are the two most invasive plants in Texas. It’s definitely not a goalie. A neighbor of ours … Read more

How to take care of your yard and garden in winter – real estate | NutSocia

Winter can bring its own unique set of challenges, but you’re pretty much done when it comes to landscaping, aren’t you? Unfortunately, depending on where you live, caring for plants is a year-round business. But that doesn’t mean winter lawn and garden maintenance has to be difficult or dramatic. The dangers of winter Most people … Read more

In the garden | Gas vs Electric? | Gardening | news-gazette.com – news-gazette.com | NutSocia

After Thanksgiving, many Americans will be indigestion from the copious amounts of food we’ve just eaten or grappling with the madness of Black Friday. As the shopping cart demolition derby begins, there’s only one more conflict among shoppers and perhaps a disagreement at the Thanksgiving table: gas-powered vs. electric outdoor tools. There are certainly pros … Read more

Why it’s important to keep your garden tools clean and how to do it – ABC News | NutSocia

When you’re pruning in your garden, do you put away your secateurs when you’re done with them, or do you take the time to give them a thorough clean? After a day in the garden, the last thing many of us think about is tool care. Garden educator Claire Bickle says the importance of keeping … Read more

5 Ways to Prepare Your Lawn and Garden for Fall – Real Estate | NutSocia

The gentle sound of falling leaves on the lawn can only mean one thing: it’s time to get your home ready for the chilly season. Depending on what type of plants and grasses you have in your landscape, this can mean just doing a few small jobs, or it can mean a whole list of … Read more

Canada Lawn Mower Market Report 2022: Incoming Ban on Gas Mowers Set to Transform the Market – GlobeNewswire | NutSocia

DUBLIN, Oct. 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Canada Lawn Mower Market Analysis & Forecast 2022-2027 report has been added ResearchAndMarkets.com Offer. The country’s increasing demand for lawn mowers is attributed to increasing technological advances and innovations in battery-powered and robotic lawn mowers. The market demand for robotic lawn mowers for mowing areas between 3,001 … Read more