Importance of Using the Right Type of Hand Pruner

One of the most interesting things we often see from gardeners and landscapers is the confusion about which tool to use for the job. There seems to be a misconception, from beginners to advanced, that one tool is good enough for all jobs. This post sets the record straight on...

Top 8 Time Saving, Must-Have Corona Garden Tools

This weekend is Daylight Savings Time, and although we may lose an hour of sleep, we gain an extra hour of daylight to work in the garden. With only days until Spring, now is a great time to think of ways to maximize your time this season. We've put together a list of must-have, time-saving tools that will help you get your garden tasks done quicker and give you the confidence to achieve more of your springtime gardening goals.

Tools for Fall Garden and Yard Cleanup

While temperatures have begun to cool here in Corona, CA, many parts of the county are already seeing their first frost and snow in some northern states. Before winter sets in, it's a good time to rake up leaves from the lawn and spread them as leaf mulch in planter beds, clear out spent vegetable plants, add them to the compost bin for enriched soil in the spring, remove tree limbs that are damaged or could be potential hazards during winter storms, clean, and sharpen tools to be ready for late-winter pruning, and plant bulb flowers. Considering it's daylight savings and that Mother Nature enjoys throwing us a curve ball with extreme weather now and then, the following essential tools will help get the job done quickly. Read on to find out which tools we recommend and share your essentials for fall cleanup.

5 Essential Garden Tools for the New Homeowner

We recently had a young couple move in next door to us. They moved from a one-bedroom apartment into a home with an established front and back yard they need to maintain. Of course, being the tool geek I am, I started talking to them about what tools they need...

Adaptive Gardening: Enjoying Your Garden for a Lifetime

There's at least one thing all home and property owners have in common. None of us are getting any younger. In fact, a 1/3rd of gardeners we interviewed for a study revealed they have some physical ailment preventing them from gardening. Recently, I had the privilege of discussing how gardeners...