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Oct 16



Less Mess Mulch Never Takes A Season Off…So Use It In Your Garden All Year
Oct 16, 2015

Most gardeners stock up on mulch during dry summer months because it acts as a heat barrier and helps maintain the moisture level in soil and around plants. But did you know that mulch continues to nurture your garden during winter?

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Oct 05



Vibrant Fall Gardens
Oct 05, 2015

Incorporate some of the following plants into your front or back yard, and your garden will remain bright and colourful well into October.

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Sep 25



Common Gardening Myths
Sep 25, 2015

Less Mess has collected a few common gardening myths, and we’d like to debunk them so no one makes these mistakes during the next gardening season.

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Aug 27



Autumn Leaves Aren’t The Enemy: Ways To Use Leaves In Your Garden
Aug 27, 2015

One of the best things about autumn is getting to watch the leaves change; but having to clean up those leaves is significantly less enjoyable, especially if you have a sugar maple or oak tree on your property. This year, instead of raking, bagging and disposing of those leaves, use them in your garden.

 

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Aug 17



Gardening to-do list for the month of August
Aug 17, 2015

August is the perfect time to start cleaning up and prepping for fall and for the following spring. To help you get started with this maintenance work, we’ve come up with a list of simple steps. 

 

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Jul 30



Variety Is the Spice of Life…and the Key to a High Vegetable Yield
Jul 30, 2015

We all have our favourite veggies, and what we like to eat can largely influence which seeds we plant in our garden. But, in order to keep that vegetable patch healthy, it’s important to rotate your crops. To ensure you get the most out of your vegetables, here’s a list of plant families and what they need to thrive.  

 

 

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Jul 27
Less Mess to the Rescue: How One Man Completely Transformed His Backyard with the Help of Our Premium Products
Jul 27, 2015

After many years of mowing, watering and weeding, Tonic Magazine Publisher and amateur landscaper Jamie Bussin decided to get rid of the grass. With the help of Less Mess, he transformed his ordinary backyard into a beautiful urban oasis. 

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Jul 21



Ways to Keep Your Garden Healthy and Hydrated during the Summer
Jul 21, 2015

Summer has officially arrived, and your garden probably looks magnificent by now. While plants, fruits and vegetables thrive when the sun is shining, too much heat can cause them serious damage.

Unfortunately, Less Mess can’t control the weather for you, but we can offer some tips on how to keep your garden hydrated during those steamy summer months.

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Jul 07



6 Ways to Use Baking Soda in the Garden
Jul 07, 2015

Our superior Topsoil and Compost are nutrient-rich blends that are excellent at promoting healthy plant growth. Keep your garden looking its best with Less Mess products, some TLC, and every gardener’s secret ingredient, baking soda!

Find out how baking soda boosts your garden:

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Jun 14
Sand Isn’t Just For the Beach: Ways to Use Less Mess Sand
Jun 14, 2015

Less Mess Sand is a pre-washed product that is free of all debris. This sand is ideal for sandboxes, horseshoe pits, interlock facelift, and many other landscaping projects. Find out the best ways to put our sand to use!

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Jun 03



Benefits Of Using Less Mess Premium Compost
Jun 03, 2015

If a lusher lawn, greener garden, or fuller flowerbed is what you're looking for, Less Mess Premium Compost is the solution to all your problems! Here are 5 benefits to using Less Mess Premium Compost.  

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May 28
Companion Planting
May 28, 2015

Before getting knee deep in the garden to plant your favourite summer fruits and veggies, remember that not all plants play nice! 

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May 22



Creative Ways to use River Stones in your Yard
May 22, 2015

We see stones as more than just dead weight. They are durable, decorative and can do wonders for your garden, especially if you are big on landscaping or you have a pond or brook. Explore 5 creative ways to use these versatile stones. 

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May 15



5 Tools Every Gardener Should Own
May 15, 2015

The paradox of choice can make shopping for any item more difficult and overwhelming than it should be, gardening tools included. That’s why we’ve put together a short list of 5 essential tools every gardener should own.   

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May 12



The Importance Of Mulch:
May 12, 2015

Spring is in the air and summer is on its way. Gardening season is almost in full swing, so it’s time to start nurturing your garden and giving it that TLC it deserves. 

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Apr 30



How To Fend Off Natural Garden Predators:
Apr 30, 2015

It is extremely frustrating to find tiny bite marks in your beautiful plants after you’ve spent so many hours taking care of them. 

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Apr 21



5 Ways to Prepare your Garden for Success this Spring
Apr 21, 2015

The snow has melted, the average temperature is above 10 degrees Celsius, and the birds are singing; spring is in the air. With the long winter hibernation over, it’s time to kick your body and garden into gear. 

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Apr 17



The Benefits of Gardening with Less Mess Topsoil
Apr 17, 2015

Whether you’ve already got two green thumbs or you’re planting a vegetable garden for the first time, Less Mess topsoil is one gardening aid you’ll want to have this year

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Apr 09



The Less Mess Enviro Bag:
Apr 09, 2015

Here at Less Mess, we take pride in being the GTA’s ultimate topsoil, mulch, compost, sand and stone delivery solution for a less-mess outdoor landscaping and gardening experience.

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Mar 18



Canada Blooms with Less Mess
Mar 18, 2015

There’s no better way to welcome the onset of spring than celebrating with fellow gardening and horticulture enthusiasts at the annual Canada Blooms show in Toronto. 

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