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July 29, 2015

Checking in… UNPACK PART II

Several months ago Maine Hardware was pleased to support local artist, Andy Rosen, by providing materials for a community art project he was working on [SEE BACK-STORY HERE]. Having only seen the site sketch and a list of needed materials, we were eager to see how Andy was going to transform common hardware materials into wolfs and dogs. So earlier this spring we decided to check in on things…

July 17, 2015

How much water does your lawn want?

Ever find yourself unsure of how much water to spray on your lawn?  Steady watering is extremely important to helping new plants to take root and flourish. Give your plants about an inch of water a day when there has not been rain within the last 24 hours. Make sure it is at a pace that the soil can absorb it all with creating runoff.  An easy way to do this is to place a cup on the lawn where the sprinkler is running and when the cup fills an inch deep, it’s time to turn off the sprinkler!

July 15, 2015

Avoid Short-Cuts When Mowing Your Lawn!

Doesn’t it seem like just when you get the lawn mower back in the shed, it’s time to turn around and do it again!?! While you may be tempted to cut the grass shorter, mowing your lawn too short can actually damage the grass and even encourage weeds to grow! To keep the grass healthy, do not cut off more than a third of the grass blade at a time. Sorry, no short cuts here!

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