The 25 Top Pet Peeves of Your Neighbors

All of us have or have had that annoying neighbor who drives them mad. From rowdy fraternities to the daybreak lawn mowers, some neighbors aren’t very neighborly.   And while many of these offenses don’t warrant a call to the police, they may have us considering building higher fences or even putting our house on the […]

The 12 Metro Areas That Are the Most Revved Up About Cars

By John Egan The more than 4.5 million residents of the Riverside-San Bernardino, CA, metro area are driven to drive. A WikiLawn review of U.S. Census Bureau data shifts Southern California’s Riverside-San Bernardino metro area into the highest gear when it comes to major metro areas that are the most revved up about cars. Now, […]

The 14 Major Metro Areas With the Most New Homes

By John Egan They’re truly raising the roofs in the Austin, TX, metro area. A WikiLawn analysis of new data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that among the country’s 50 biggest metros, the Austin area boasts the largest share of homes (nearly 3.3 percent) built in 2014 or later. No other major metro surpassed […]

Here are 7 pests that are (surprisingly) beneficial for your garden

Finding insects in your garden isn’t always cause for concern – some are there to help! When it comes to lawn and garden care, there are a variety of insects that provide a benefit for your flowers, herbs, and vegetables by controlling the pests that would otherwise cause damage. Using select insects in your garden […]

Gardening Without A Garden: 10 Ideas For Your Patio or Balcony

There is no doubt that vegetables and fruits grown in a garden is 100% better than the same vegetables and fruits purchased at the supermarket. But, many people believe they need a home in the country, with a big yard to plant food. This is not true. Plants do not know where they are planted. […]

Conservation Landscape Summit

Note: The Conservation Landscape Summit was originally a way of bringing the best minds in the landscaping industry together to discuss our greatest challenges.  Wikilawn is bringing this back in a virtual way, so stay tuned! Thanks to all who participated! Please complete our summit evaluation and check out our speaker materials. Keynote Speaker Lynn Scarlett We are pleased to announce that Lynn Scarlett has accepted our invitation to give the opening keynote for the summit. Lynn is the Co-Director of the Center for Management of Ecological Wealth at Resources for the […]