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Topdressing Tips for Your Trees and Shrubs

Published on April 13, 2018

It’s the time of year when our toes start to see the sunlight again and our pale legs surface from beneath the shielding layers of winter. While some extremities are only now getting some sunshine, it’s the time when our hands are covered with...

Raised Garden Beds: The next step for plant parents

Published on January 12, 2018

If you haven’t heard, millennials have made house plants trendy again. There are several theories as to why this is. Could it be because a houseplants require much less time and emotional investment than a pet? Because the young folk (including...

2017 Gardener's Gift Guide: For Beginners and Pros

Published on December 1, 2017

“What do you want for Christmas?” 

“I don’t know. You really don’t need to buy me anything.”

“Well, that’s not going to happen.”

“Just surprise me. I’m sure whatever you pick out will be great.”

How to Prepare Soil for Sod Installation: The healthy way (Video)

Published on September 22, 2017

No matter how much research you’ve done and how many experts you’ve consulted about the best type of grass for your lawn, your grass won’t thrive unless it’s planted in healthy soil.

Installing Drivable Grass with Soil3 Compost (Video)

Published on September 8, 2017

If you’ve ever wished for a more attractive parking area or a grass-covered walkway, Drivable Grass is a solid choice. It’s a permeable, flexible, and plantable concrete pavement system. Grass grows in between the small concrete squares and looks...

Spread the Love: Choosing the right compost spreader for natural fertilization (Video)

Published on July 28, 2017

It’s mycorrhizae-inoculated and ready to help your lawn grow! Soil3 compost is ideal for topdressing a lawn and takes the place of one round of chemical fertilizer for the growing season — whether you have a warm season or cold season lawn. We’re...