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Purple Pillar Hibiscus in summer heat

Gardening in Extreme Heat

Gardening can be a delightful experience, but when heatwaves strike, it can become quite challenging to continue gardening in extreme heat. I find myself less motivated to go out and water plants or check for pests when the heat & humidity become unbearable for more than a few minutes at a time. But high temperatures […]

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The Best Solar Pathway Light

Garden Product Review: The Best Solar Path Lights

I’ve been looking for the brightest and best solar path lights for several years. I’ve installed low-voltage landscape lights before, but they require an electrical outlet nearby. I didn’t want to install additional electrical outlets for low voltage landscape lights, so I wanted to stick with solar lights for now. Lowe’s Home Improvement, Home Depot,

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garden project lifecycle maintenance phase

Garden Project Lifecycle: Maintenance Phase

Garden Maintenance Overview The maintenance phase of any garden project is, perhaps, the most challenging. In software engineering, developers support the software and client by fixing any errors in the software. Similarly, with garden maintenance, our goal is to keep your plants alive, keep your landscape features in working order, and fix any issues that

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garden lifecycle implementation phase

Garden Project Lifecycle: Implementation Phase

The implementation phase is where the plans start becoming reality! This phase is also the most physically demanding, unless you’re supervising others or hiring others to do the work. During the implementation phase, software engineers often use an integrated development environment (IDE) to facilitate writing code and developing software. This development environment includes a centralized

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