Paul Simon, Landscape Horticulturist with the National Gardening Association, shares lawn maintenance tips. Ever wonder how to begin composting? Start in the garden! A fall garden cleanup is the perfect opportunity to start composting, and William Moss, Master Gardener with the National Gardening Association, is here to teach you everything you need to know about fall garden composting so you’ll have nutrient-rich soil for your garden next spring! For more lawn and garden tips like these, swing by our Ideas & Inspiration site: http://bit.ly/1iOdyN1 Or check us out on Facebook: http://Facebook.com/BlackandDecker Twitter: https://twitter.com/blackanddecker Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/blackanddecker/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/blackanddecker_us/ Related PostsHow To Get Rid of Lawn Grubs with BLACK+DECKERYard Care Tips- Aeration & DeThaching for an Awesome DIY Lawn White Bear lake MnGreen Roof Overview by Greensulate CEO, Amy Norquist.How to Water and Fertilize Your LawnHow to Build a Greenhouse – OverviewTips to Keep Small Critters Out of the Garden
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