Laura Bianchi

When growing up, Laura helped the family garden by digging holes, planting seeds, watering the seedlings, weeding the garden and harvesting the produce. Today, she gardens with her children and tends a flower and vegetable bed year-round. Passing on the gardening heritage to her children and getting her hands dirty are two of her favorite hobbies.

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You Do Not Need to Be a Professional To Own a Commercial Garden Hose

by Laura Bianchi Oct 16, 2019 5:07:25 PM


If you are tired of dealing with garden hoses that have to be replaced mid growing season, you are buying the wrong type of garden hose. A commercial garden hose is a solution for anyone that is a devoted gardener.

The goal of every gardener is to have the flexible garden hose that they can depend on for the entire season and beyond. A commercial water hose fits 

the bill perfectly. It is well worth the investment.

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How To Get Your Kids Interested In Gardening

by Laura Bianchi Jan 7, 2019 10:56:22 AM

Your love for gardening is pure; not only do you have a green thumb, but you also have the tools of the trade to show you care about quality in your craft. Getting your kids interested in gardening, however, might prove more difficult than you think.

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Starting a Garden? Three Things You'll Need Before You Get Growing!

by Laura Bianchi May 31, 2016 1:25:21 PM

Gardening can be a calming activity yielding countless rewards (if it's done right). With over 100 million people gardening in the U.S., it's very likely that someone you know has convinced you to try your hand at it. However, getting started can be difficult, especially if you're not an experienced and devoted gardener already. Aside from asking your fellow gardening friends for advice, here are three things you need to keep in mind before you get growing with your garden! Read More

Spring Has Sprung: A Quick Intro to Vegetable Gardening

by Laura Bianchi Apr 29, 2016 2:42:00 PM

Gardening has gone vogue -- today, anything that promotes sustainability and eco-friendliness is in. In the spring of 2014, 113.5 million people had been gardening in the previous 12 months. It can be fun to get all the gear for gardening -- a heavy duty garden hose, which can be as long as 100 feet, and beautiful homes can make you feel pretty accomplished already. Here are some tips for getting down and dirty with your vegetable garden this spring: Read More

Some Fast Facts to Get the Most Out of Your Garden

by Laura Bianchi Apr 5, 2016 11:43:55 AM

Are you obsessed with your lawn? We can't blame you. Spending a little extra time on your lawn or garden each day can be hugely beneficial to it. With some extra attention, your lawn can be the most attractive one on the block in practically no time at all! Read More

Ever Wondered If You Could Put Out a Home Fire with a Garden Hose?

by Laura Bianchi Mar 11, 2016 3:26:26 PM

Shortly after midnight on Sunday, February 28, one unfortunate Las Vegas man was forced out of his home after a serious fire. Read More

Watering FAQ's: How Much is Too Much Water?

by Laura Bianchi Feb 5, 2016 3:57:25 PM

You may tend to your plants religiously, giving them all the water and soil they need, but have you forgotten about your lawn? If you're like many, you may fail to realize that the health of your lawn is just as important as your perennials. To have a beautiful lush lawn, you must water and care for it as you would with any one of your other garden plants. We've answered some frequently asked questions to help you learn the basics of watering your lawn.

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A Good Hose: Why It's Worth Your Investment

by Laura Bianchi Jan 11, 2016 3:15:51 PM

hoseIf you're serious about your garden, then you're going to want to invest in a commercial garden hose. Here's why. 

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White Water: 5 Qualities To Look For in the Best RV/Marine Hoses

by Laura Bianchi Dec 17, 2015 5:00:09 PM

Choose the wrong hose for your RV/Marine vehicle and you could end up leaking away all your water, leaving you high and dry. However, if your hose is old, leaking, or broken, that doesn't mean you can simply slap on an old water hose and hope for the best. You need a high quality item specifically designed as a marine or RV water hose. But what should you look for in a potable water hose?

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Not All Hoses Are Created Equal

by Laura Bianchi Nov 25, 2015 4:06:05 PM

Many people are unfamiliar with the differences in water hoses. They may have a mental picture of a green lightweight hose used by a home gardener, and believe that most hoses are generally like this, but they would be incorrect. Professional demands necessitate the use of many different kinds of hoses, with all different qualities and attributes. Let's take a look at some of them right now.

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