FAQs About Cat and Dog Fleas

What are fleas? Fleas are very tiny parasitic insects that survive by feeding off the blood of mammals. What do fleas look like? Fleas are wingless, usually measure between 1/16th to 1/8th of an inch in size, and have six legs that are adapted for jumping. Fleas are able to move through the fur of …

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Fall Annuals for the South

Impatients are a popular annual in the south | GardenersPath.com

Planting during the fall can be very rewarding to a lot of gardeners. Most annuals can be planted during the fall to yield beautiful flowers throughout the year. Annuals can be defined broadly as a type of plant that completes its full life cycle in one year or one growing season. These plants go through …

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Vertical Gardening Works for Everyone

How to Create a Vertical Garden | GardenersPath.com

A vertical garden allows you to maximize your space and grow your own fruits and vegetables. Whether you are an apartment dweller or have a small cottage, this technique allows you to stick more in smaller spaces. Find out how now.

4 Best Flowering Cherry Trees to Grow in the South

Top Cherry Trees for the South

If would take the better portion of a day to name every variety of cherry tree. All of them lovely and all originating from China and Japan. Some grow small and compact, others grow tall and provide shade, some produce cherries while others are strictly ornamental. All varieties of this flowering tree will grow well …

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Best Ways to Garden in Small Spaces

Garden Small Space | GardenersPath.com

There are plenty of ways to garden in a small space, all while sticking to your budget. This easy guide will help point you in the right direction. Read more now.

Try Our Tips to Get Started with No-Till Gardening

An organic no till vegetable garden.

Tired of the backbreaking work of getting your sod turned over year after year? It doesn’t have to be that hard. Try raised bed and lasagna style gardening for an easy fix. Read more now on Gardener’s Path.

Tips to Keep Your Late Summer Garden Going Strong

Tips to Keep Your Late Summer Garden Going Strong | GardenersPath.com

As the season winds down, are you concerned about scraggly and brown vegetation appearing in your formerly immaculate (well…if you’re like me that’s actually passable to appealing) lawn? Keep up the curbside appeal with these ideas now.

Organic Gardening 101: How to Get Started

Person in a green t-shirt, khakis, and a short-sleeved blue denin shirt kneels behind a wooden box containing organically grown vegetables.

Tired of applying chemical fertilizers and pesticides to your garden? Switch to all organic methods and you’ll reap the benefits of a more productive and healthy soil and better quality fruits and vegetables. Read how now.