When it comes to designing outdoor spaces, take it one steppingstone at a time.
By Charlie ThigpenMore in Outdoors
DK - Gardening Shortcuts © 2012 Dorling Kindersley Limited
When it is time to garden, amend your soil by adding organic matter such as finely shredded pine bark, peat moss, mushroom compost or leaf mold before setting out plants. Loose, fertile soil will encourage root growth on new plantings and allow them to become established quickly. Clearly define your turf and bed lines. First use a garden hose to lay out your bed lines then use orange spray paint to mark the lines.
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