Garden Clean Up

Garden cleanup checklists, tips and to-dos are now at your fingertips. Get your garden and yard looking tidy with these outdoor care tips, tool care guides and landscape maintenance suggestions.
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Learn how and when to prune trees for optimum growth with this guide by The Garden Glove. Hint: You may need to wait longer than you think!

How To Prune Trees • When To Prune Trees

*Reminder: Prune/trim trees Feb/Mar When to Prune Trees- wait until the coldest part of winter has passed, but before vigorous growth starts in early spring.February to March.

Clean up your backyard or garden by foraging for needles. Courtesy of Grow Forage Cook Ferment, learn how to make tea, syrup, vinegar, crafts and more from various types of conifer needles.

Foraging for Pine Needles (and other conifer needles)

Easy to forage for in the winter and makes a tasty medicinal tea! Pine needles is good for killing pathogens in the body.

Hostas are a great perennial to have in your garden. They’re easy to care for, do well in shady areas and look beautiful. For maximum effect, keep them well-maintained by pruning them regularly. Click in to learn more, courtesy of eHow.

How to Prune Hostas

Hostas are a garden favorite for shady areas; they make a lush display of greenery. But any part of the hosta plant -- leaves, flowers and roots -- can cause misery or worse to a dog if he eats or even chews on it.

Feel the chill setting in? Prep your yard for winter with these 7 tips from Hoosier Homemade. Click in for more information.

7 Tips to Prepare your Yard for Winter

GHave the BEST looking yard on the block! These 7 simple tips will help you get your yard ready for Winter! Pin to your Gardening Board!

Tired of weeds overstaying their welcome? Weeds are a gardener’s biggest nuisance, and sometimes they can seem impossible to get rid of. Clean up your garden with these seven helpful weeding tips from Empress of Dirt.

7 Weeding Tips Every Gardener Should Know

These 7 weeding tips that every gardener should know provide the basics so you can stay ahead of the weeds and keep your garden in good shape. Learn about the importance of timing, rain, and the right tools.

Prepare your roses for winter with this guide from Sensible Gardening. With a little care, your roses will be in great shape to return once the snow melts. Click in for the complete guide.

Prepare Roses for Winter

Preparing your Roses for winter with Sensible Gardening. Tips for greater winter survival rates in Zones 5 and under. Not applicable to all areas.

Reel Mower 101: @garden_therapy  has all of the tips for your lawn, whether it’s knowing the ideal height for your grass or sharpening tools. Let the fun exercise begin.

Lawn Care Unplugged: How to Use a Reel Mower

Overgrown weeds are a nuisance to everyone, bringing property value down and creating a general eyesore. The sooner you get rid of them, the better. Discover the best way to deal with them via eHow.

How to Clear Overgrown Weeds

Before you clear away and clean up your garden for winter, try creating an ornamental bouquet with this guide from Garden Therapy. You can also use the dried plants for other crafts, like framed leaves or homemade cards.

Preserving the Ornamental Garden: How to Dry Flowers, Leaves, Stems, and Pods for Crafting

Preserving the Ornamental Garden: How to Dry Flowers, Leaves, Stems, and Pods for Crafting ~ Preserving the Ornamental Garden means capturing what is left behind when the plants start to fade

Vines can be beautiful, but also very deadly to other surrounding greenery. Click in to learn how to get rid of them without harming other trees in your yard or garden, courtesy of SFGate Homeguides.

How to Kill Ground Vines Without Harming Trees

If not controlled regularly, ivy can grow to be quite the nuisance to native plants in your yard. Click in for eHow’s guide to removing overgrown ivy through two methods: mechanical control and chemical control.

How to Clear Overgrown Ivy in the Yard

How to Grow Vines on a Concrete Block Wall - maybe a variety of shade-loving vines/creepers is a good option for the indoor garden

We’ve gathered four of the most important tasks you should incorporate into your fall clean-up plans to prepare your yard for the cold weather to come. Click in for the complete list.

Fall yard clean up for your home just got easier with Fiskars. Grab your leaf, shrub and thatch rakes as we tackle yard clean up tips for new home owners!

Take advantage of a slower gardening season by getting all your tools in great shape for spring. Click in for steps on sharpening and cleaning your garden tools.

Learn how to sharpen garden tools and how to clean garden tools with Fiskars. Get the most out of your tools with our garden tool maintenance guide!

Make sure you have the right tools for every gardening job! Our versatile gardening tools are great for clearing out any unwanted growth at the end of the season. Click in to learn more.

Make sure you have the right tools for every gardening job! Our versatile gardening tools are great for clearing out any unwanted growth at the end of the season.

Prep your garden and yard for fall with ease thanks to this handy guide from HomeJelly. Click in to learn the five tasks that should be on your to-do list.

Prep your garden and yard for fall with ease thanks to this handy guide from HomeJelly. Click in to learn the five tasks that should be on your to-do list.

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