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The right design, the right plants, and the right conditions are key components to growing something beautiful. Here we hope you will be inspired and feel better equipped to help your garden grow.

Flower Power 101 - Top 4 Tips to Harness the Power of Flowers - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com

There are few things that bring more life and beauty to an outdoor space than flowers. The more the merrier, right? They’re so versatile…bringing feelings of peace and tranquility, or an air of excitement and delight. It just depends on what you’re going for. With Spring now upon us and summer just around the corner, […]

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Container Gardening 101 - Redeem Your Ground | RYGblog.com & Unique by Design

Oh the signs of Spring! And one of the surest signs of spring for me has to be the overwhelmed, bug-eyed expressions that I see on peoples’ faces in big box stores or plant nurseries…not knowing what to buy from the vast selection of flowers to choose from. I know. I’m right there with you. […]

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Redeem Your Ground & Exmark | Types of Mulch | RedeemYourGround.com

If your yard looks like mine did last week…it’s time to get to mulchin’! I can say that so easily because I mulched this past weekend!!! Woopwoop! Not only will a fresh layer of mulch help make your yard look all nice and purdy, mid to late spring is the perfect time to mulch before […]

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Redeem Your Ground & Exmark | Basic Planting How-Tos | RedeemYourGround.com

Long story…but a number of months ago I was asked to be the guy in front of the camera for some how-to videos being produced for the premier lawn mower company, Exmark (see below for more on Exmark). Never did I ever think that this Redeem Your Ground journey would land me there. But sure enough, there was […]

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How to Protect Your Plants from Freeze Damage | Redeem Your Ground | RedeemYourGround.com

[This post is really for those of you RYG friends who live in the Southeast. Who…like me, are probably scramblin’ to to figure out how to protect their plants from freeze damage.] Well it won’t officially be spring for a week or so…but with the warm weather we’ve had this year, it’s as if we’ve never […]

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