Tips and Inspiration for Your Lawn and Garden

  • 4 Best Drought-Tolerant, Low-Maintenance Grass Varieties

    Drought tolerance in grass doesn't guarantee a prolonged green appearance without rain. Instead, it means your grass can endure extended periods of drought by entering a dormant state. This physiological process protects the grass against heat and dry spells, wherein the grass completely stops growing and turns brown. But, once water becomes available, it should resume growth and return to its vibrant state.
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Bermuda Grass Sod Plugs

    Bermuda grass is a warm-season grass characterized by dense, light-to-dark green blades. Its use as a grass lawn is primarily attributed to its excellent weather resilience and self-repairing abilities. Today, you’ll find it available as sod or grass sod plugs, and if you’re in Florida or anywhere in the southern region, Bermuda grass may be the most prevalent option for you.