- Should You Mulch Your Garden?
- How Nitrogen Fixing Bacteria Work
- How to Get Rid of Wild Parsnip
- Do I Need to Prune My Flowering Shrubs?
- Dynaweed: Natural “Weed and Feed”
Mulching is a farming or gardening technique that involves covering the ground and planting into that soil cover or “mulch.” In a mulched garden or farm, you will rarely see any bare soil, and weeding and cultivating are kept to Continue Reading….
Every summer our customers ask us, how can I get rid of wild parsnip (or poison oak or poison ivy or other itchy weeds) without using glyphosate? If you want to get rid of itchy weeds without using chemicals, our Continue Reading….
Are you looking at your beautifully blooming shrubs and wondering if you should be pruning them to keep them looking their best? Well, you can relax. The truth is, most flowering shrubs don’t need a lot of pruning. They aren’t Continue Reading….
At America Natural, satisfied customers are our business! Recently we heard from a customer whose boxwoods were diagnosed with pathogenic nematodes. They didn’t want to use harsh chemicals so they tried Nemastop and were very pleased with the results. Here’s the Continue Reading….
It’s a common dilemma– you want to get rid of rash causing weeds, but you don’t want to get a rash in the process. Poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac, wild parsnip, cow parsnip, giant hogweed and other weeds can all cause Continue Reading….
Summer is wonderful, but sometimes it seems like every pest in the world is lunching in your garden. Not to worry–American Natural has got your back. Next time you discover that your backyard has become Nature’s Dining Commons, consult this Continue Reading….
Seedbed preparation is essential for creating a healthy bond between the new seed and the soil in which it will germinate and grow. There are several steps to successful seedbed preparation: Removal of any debris in the soil, including large Continue Reading….