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.
Everything you need to know to get started with composting. Benefits of composting, what you’ll need to start, and how to use your compost in the garden. The benefits of compost are many. Learn how you can enhance the fertility of your garden with compost.
Sure you've heard "save the bees", but are you doing your part to save the right bees? What most do not know is that there is a difference between the honeybees that beekeepers care for, and the native bees that truly contribute to our local ecosystems and gardens. Here are 5 steps to build a *native* bee friendly garden.
Spring is the perfect time to take the steps needed to make sure you have the best lawn in the neighborhood. It all comes down to taking the necessary time to get the season off to a great start. Here are the best projects you can do to make your lawn the envy of the neighborhood.
Today, we’re making the case for hand watering. While sprinklers or even drip irrigators can be convenient, they’re not always the best option for raising healthy, happy plants. We find they can even take some of the joy out of gardening. Here are 7 reasons to hand water.