Troy-Bilt 3100 PSI Pressure Washer Review (Sponsored)

Disclaimer: The following post is a sponsored review of the Troy-Bilt 3100 PSI Pressure Washer. All opinions are solely the opinion of the author who in exchange for goods and compensation was asked to do this review. There comes a time in the home garden when the house needs some work too. The house is (usually) the biggest structure in the yard and sometimes it needs a good cleaning. That's why I applied the Troy-Bilt 3100 PSI Pressure Washer to the job. I have a two story home and it's hard to reach the upper level siding using a standard garden hose. The north side of my house gets frequent mildew since the sun can never shines there. Troy-Bilt provided me with a pressure washer to test and see how it does in cleaning up my house and garden. The Troy-Bilt 3100 PSI Pressure Washer The Troy-Bilt 3100 PSI pressure…

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Oak Leaf Hydrangea – Garden Favorites

Over the years I have grown many plants. I have a bit of a collectors attitude toward my garden and pick out unique plants as much as possible. Some of those plants haven't done well for me, but other plants have simply been amazing. I thought it would be a good idea to go back and look at some of those plants that have been consistently good garden plants. Today I'm starting with the oak leaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia). The oak leaf hydrangea is an amazing plant that can tolerate shade to part sun here in Tennessee. The botanical name Hydrangea quercifolia when broken down describes the oak leaf hydrangea perfectly. The first word is obviously hydrangea which is classifying the plant in that family. "Quercus" is the oak family and "folia" means "leaf". Together they make quercifolia which would mean oak leaf and reflects the shape of the leaf.…

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