Debbie Wolfe


Debbie Wolfe is an author and freelance writer in a variety of niches. She specializes in home, garden, DIY, and lifestyle topics. Debbie has written for leading online media outlets and online retailers, including HGTV, The Home Depot, Walmart, Family Handyman, Realtor, and more. Her book, Do-It-Yourself Garden Projects and Crafts, from Skyhorse Publishing, features a variety of practical DIY projects to beautify your garden and home. Debbie holds a degree in Creative Writing and Earth Science from Northland College. When not writing, Debbie spends her time reading, gardening, cooking, and keeping up with her active family in the deep South.

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8 Top Tips for How to Use Compost

Composting is great for your garden and the environment. Instead of dumping vegetable scraps, coffee grounds, grass clippings, and fallen leaves in the trash, you can recycle them into a ...

APRIL 20, 2020 | MONDAY
Solved! How Long Does Grass Take to Grow?

Q: I recently had work done in my yard that left a large area of bare soil. If I reseed the area, how long does it take to grow grass?A: We all want a good-looking lawn around our homes, ...

APRIL 17, 2020 | FRIDAY
The Best Raised Garden Beds for Backyard Plants

Raised bed gardening is hugely popular, in part because this mode of gardening enables you to grow decorative and edible plants practically anywhere. Raised beds offer several other advan...

5 Things to Know About Succession Planting

If you’d love a steady supply of fresh vegetables, the tried-and-true farming practice of succession planting could fill the bill—and your healthy plate. The technique involves planting m...

APRIL 6, 2020 | MONDAY
12 Things an Arborist Wishes You Knew

Most people wait until a tree is leaning precariously or a large branch has fallen off before they seek the help of an arborist. But certified arborists aren't just for emergencies. They'...

MARCH 30, 2020 | MONDAY
Hydroseeding 101: 5 Considerations for Your Lawn

The process of hydroseeding is garnering attention from homeowners who want a new approach to a lush lawn, especially for large areas or stubborn spots where grass doesn’t typically grow ...

MARCH 24, 2020 | TUESDAY
The Best Compost Bins for Indoors and Out

Compost is like a multivitamin for your soil. Made of thoroughly decayed organic material used as a fertilizer, it encourages healthy plant growth, strong roots, and bountiful blooms and ...

MARCH 6, 2020 | FRIDAY
7 Signs Your Tree is Dying—and How to Save It

A sick tree may be saved, but a dead tree can pose a risk your home and family. Look for these symptoms to determine the health of your tree.