Smart Gardening logoGardeners aim to grow good produce or nurture lovely lawns and landscaping. “Smart gardeners” obtain those goals with earth-friendly techniques that can save money.  Our advice is based on science performed at Michigan State University or other land grant universities. 

Don't forget to check out our Smart Gardening resources, which includes tip sheets and informational videos.

Smart lawns

  • Mow at the highest setting to promote deep roots, avoid grub damage and crowd out weeds.
  • Mulch leaves and grass clippings into lawn to recycle nutrients.
  • Learn how to have a smart lawn.

Smart plants

Smart soils

Smart vegetables

Smart gardening to protect pollinators

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