Easy Eggplant Parmesan Recipe - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

As some of our veggies start to peter out, I can count on our eggplants to continue producing beauties even into early fall.  What a beautiful vegetable…but one I don’t think I enjoyed eating until just a few years ago.  My mom made me try one of her eggplant dishes and I’m so glad that she did…it seems that I […]

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Mustard Pickle Recipe - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

Cucumbers have always been a staple in our family vegetable garden.  I love when Britt uses them in salads of any sort…and when the girls have fancy tea parties with their Mimi, they love making simple cucumber tea sandwiches. And whether we have a surplus of cukes or not, I love making my favorite pickle recipe for […]

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4th of July Must Haves - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

In just a couple of days you’ll very likely be hanging out with a group of friends or family…celebrating the 4th of July. Which will likely involve being outside and eating some really good food…and maybe an adult beverage or two…and a sparkler thrown in there to round things out. So…to help you make your […]

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Eyesore Makeovers - Making over what you don't want to see! | Redeem Your Ground & Exmark | www.RedeemYourGround.com & www.Exmark.com

On the landscape design side of Redeem Your Ground, more often than not when I’m onsite with my clients they have some sort of outdoor eyesore, so to speak, that they want to address. Whether it’s to hide their trashcans, utility boxes, or views of their neighbor’s garage or backyard…or what to do with their […]

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How, Why, & When to Prune Azaleas - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

Azaleas form the backbone of my backyard. Mrs. G. G. Gerbing Azaleas to be exact…I probably have over 100 of them. Some people ding azaleas for their short blooming season. But I’m good with that…because when mine are in bloom, my yard looks quite Shangri-La’esque if I do say so myself. And when they’re not in […]

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