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A Bee Friendly Lawn may be smaller

Consider downsizing your lawn and replacing it with a patio, trees and shrubs or a vegetable garden. Our native bees will thank you. The post A Bee Friendly Lawn may be smaller appeared first on In Harmony.

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Tools to help grow a Bee Friendly Lawn

A healthy lawn is a Bee Friendly Lawn. Interested in creating a lush space that supports native bees? Here are four tips, tricks and tools to master. The post Tools to help grow a Bee Friendly Lawn appeared first on In Harmony.

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Flowering plants help make a Bee Friendly Lawn

Help save native bees by growing a bee friendly lawn. It’s as simple as understanding the benefits of natural growing weeds, like clovers and dandelions, to adding flowering plants to your lawn that attract bees and other pollinators. The post Flowering plants help make a Bee Friendly Lawn appeared first on In Harmony.

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How to water for a Bee Friendly Lawn

Here are tips on how to water for a Bee Friendly Lawn. Good watering practices are key to a healthy lawn. A healthy lawn is a Bee Friendly Lawn. Bottom line: water your lawn slowly and deeply from May to October. If you water and mow your lawn properly, it will grow green and thick. […]

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Plant a tree for Earth Day

Earth Day is April 22. Since 1970 this day has become an annual reminder that we should be good stewards of the earth. There are many ways we can help keep the earth healthy. Plant a garden and keep it green. Reduce or eliminate the use of chemicals such as pesticides. Buy products that are […]

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How to mow for a Bee Friendly Lawn

Now that spring is here and your lawn is growing, what is the best way to mow to keep it green and healthy? A green and healthy lawn is a Bee Friendly Lawn. A healthy lawn will help protect bees. It will have fewer problems with weeds, diseases and moss, so you will be less […]

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This Earth Month, try regenerative gardening

It’s Earth Month. Would you like to do something good for your landscape, yourself and the planet? Try regenerative gardening. Regenerative gardening and farming practices focus on putting nutrients back into the soil. These practices build soil health. They also help build the health of the earth by absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. And […]

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It’s time to clean and sharpen your mower blades

It’s spring, which means it’s time to get ready for the lawn mowing season. This year In Harmony is launching Bee Friendly Lawn. Join us in helping save our native bees by keeping a healthy lawn. If you keep your lawn healthy, you will have fewer problems with weeds and moss. We will not use […]

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Grow a Bee Friendly Lawn and help our native bees!

In Harmony is calling on our natural lawn care clients to join us in helping to save our native bees. We are calling this new program Bee Friendly Lawn. More than half the native bee species in North America are in decline. One in four species is at risk of extinction. Likely causes include habitat […]

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Help bees and other pollinators this winter

In Harmony uses natural methods to support pollinators in our clients’ landscapes. For example, we favor landscape designs that include plants that attract pollinators, and our natural lawn, tree and shrub care services help landscapes stay healthy so our clients won’t resort to using pesticides. The work we do to create healthy landscapes won’t be […]

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