Summer is in full swing now, which means there’s plenty to do in your garden this month. To make your July gardening a little bit easier, we’ve compiled all the things to do this month into one ultimate to-do list. Check a few things off this list each week to ensure your garden is in tip-top shape as the summer rolls on.
Despite their desire to eat half the garden, here at Yard Butler, we are big fans of birds, and that is because they will eat the pests that are known to destroy gardens. In an effort to give birds a safe haven where they can eat and relax, we designed the Yard Tree Bird Center. Here are our top tips to make the most out of your Bird Center, and design the rest of your yard as a paradise for birds.
You’d think an activity that’s so close to the earth would be as sustainable as it comes, but unfortunately, not all garden practices are made equally. That’s why we’re always looking for ways to embrace sustainable gardening and share them with our Yard Butler community. We’ve rounded up six tips from our team of experts to help you practice environmental stewardship in your garden.
Go beyond the gift card and give dad something he can hold in his hands. This year, Father’s Day also happens to fall on the first day of summer, so it’s a great time to gift dad some garden tools for the outdoors. The best part is, Yard Butler has something for every type of dad.
There’s nothing more disheartening than going out to your garden and seeing damage to your beloved plants from a puny enemy. In fact, some of the least suspecting insects can be the most destructive. At Yard Butler, we’re passionate about handling these pests organically, so as not to damage the local ecosystem, pets, or children. Here are some of the most common garden foes, and how to keep them from destroying your garden.
A chore list, really? Yes! June is a prolific time in the garden – for you and your plants. There’s abundant growth, changing weather, and plenty of preparation to be done for seasons to come. Keeping track of it all can be hard, even for the most experienced gardener. That’s why we compiled the ultimate to-do list for your June garden.