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Fall Feeding Creates Beautiful Spring Blooms

When you plant your garden in spring, there is very little faith involved, since the results are fairly immediate…you plant your flowers and vegetables, water, and they grow, right off the bat. But when you plant flowering bulbs you’re planting a promise, because all of your efforts go unrealized for about six months.

Vegetable Gardening Beyond the Summer Months

When most people think about the vegetable garden, they immediately think of tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, eggplant, etc. The love the heat and humidity of summer, but fade around September. That’s when you want to start thinking about cool-weather vegetables, including lettuces, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, and other vegetables that thrive as the temperatures start to drop.

From Crispy to Lush: Tips for a Spectacular Summer Lawn

Maryland summers are notoriously hot and humid. That’s nothing new. But this weather is extremely rough on lawns during the peak summer months of July and August. So, what can you do to cushion this annual blow to your beloved yard?

Pickleball: The Fun Sport with the Funny Name

If you’re like most families, you have already plowed your way through board games, puzzles, and every possible series that Netflix has to offer, so you may be looking for a new diversion. We’ve got you covered for another activity to pickup during the COVID-19 pandemic...pickleball.

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Grilling the Perfect Steak

Humans have been grilling for tens of thousands of years. Fortunately, we have scaled down more manageable meats, such as beef, pork and chicken. So how do you grill a succulent steak like the kind you get in restaurants, instead of a slab of dried out leather?