Everything You Need to Know About our March Sale

Have you been waiting for the right opportunity to buy a new grill for your favorite BBQ enthusiast (or yourself)? Get ready to up your grilling game for spring, because we are running a Customer Appreciation Sale like we haven’t run before! The first weekend in March, from Friday the 2nd through Sunday the 4th,…

Inspiration: Fall Front Doors

Tomorrow is the first day of Fall, ya’ll!  If you’re like us you’re ready to start decorating and welcoming the best season of the year in hopes that the weather change will soon follow. Check out these fun front door/porch ideas that we found on Pinterest and get inspired to decorate your own home or…

These 5 Things Will Get Your Lawn Ready for Fall/Winter

“Feed” Your Lawn Feeding your lawn a couple of times during the fall and winter will help it be more lush when next spring rolls around. Look for a “weed and feed” type product that will act as a weed killer and give your grass stronger, thicker roots in the spring. Out With the Old…

So You’re Ready to Start Your First Garden

If you’ve ever thought about planting your own garden and growing your own fresh veggies, now is the time to get started. If you’ve never gardened before and want to wade in, a raised flower bed (or even large containers) is a good way to start. There are a ton of DIY plans online for…

Dots DIY: Painted Flowerpots

It’s that time of year – seed planting time! And once you buy your seeds, you’ll need something to put them in. We can help with a fun DIY Project that’s fun for kids and adults alike. Supplies: – Terra cotta pots – Paints! Acrylics were used for this project that involved little hands, but…

7 Ways to Prep Your Lawn for Spring

We think it’s safe to say that winter weather is mostly done in East Texas. Sure, we may get a few more chilly mornings, but it’s time to accept that the snow day just isn’t coming. The good news is, when we get a clear day and want to head outdoors, it’s not too soon…

Winter Bird Feeding 101

Winter is a critical time to feed birds because there are less natural food supplies around. Did you notice the birds going crazy last week when we had a little bit of snow? They go into a frenzy when they know the ground could get covered and they won’t be able to search it for…

Getting Started with Beekeeping

Did you know that beekeeping can be dated back to at least the year 7000 BCE? Beekeeping has its advantages, from fresh honey to wax that can be used for candles, cosmetics and more. Lucky for us, modern time has brought many more tools and resources that can help you keep your bees happy, and…

Spruce Up Your Space With Succulents

Some of you have green thumbs. You can grow anything, keep it alive, and create beautiful, lush spaces with your greenery and blooms. And then there are the rest of us. Luckily for us, we’ve got options. Succulents are drought-resistant, low-maintenance plants that hoard water a lot like cacti—but we think they’re much more lovely…