Tantalize your taste buds with a bed of baby greens and herbs, fresh from your own container garden. This way, you can enjoy a healthy,
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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Burgers on the grill, veggies on the side burner and cold drinks at hand. It’s the life. It can be yours, with an outdoor kitchen.
When you’re entertaining, invite guests to gather in an outdoor kitchen. Designer Scott Cohen describes 3 favorites.
A hedge is simply a row of shrubs planted closely together. The veritable wall that they form can serve a number of purposes, be it
Early autumn is a great time for planting shrubs and trees. The changing weather gives new plants respite from the soaring temperatures of summer, but
The hot weather and long days of summer may conspire to give lawn aficionados the impression that their work ends once the mercury starts to
Your lawn is a living, breathing thing. And just like most forms of life, it needs a few additives to thrive — namely air, water
If your shed is starting to look like your closet (a chaotic mess) then it’s time to clean, purge and organize!
It’s the season to decorate your table with fall’s supreme flowering plant — chrysanthemums..
Birds are delightful garden guests. Entice them to visit your yard with food, water, and a safe place to raise their young.
Bare-root roses may look brown and dead, but they’re waiting to explode with beautiful blooms. Follow our step-by-step for a beautiful rose garden.
A tip of our straw garden hat to Jean Hall, who was the first person to answer our last quiz correctly! (And we admit,