Vegetables When you are outdoors, start preparing the garden for the plants to come. Think about trying an asparagus bed. A raised bed is
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Monthly Archives: January 2013
Now is the time to put all your gardening hopes into motion and start seeds indoors early this month. Give yourself six to eight weeks
It’s time to start seeds indoors for early crops, such as leeks, onions, lettuce, cabbage and broccoli. You may also want to start seeds for
Once you’ve created our easy-to-make Flower Tower, you’ll find many ways to use it.
Bees pack a big punch–and we don’t mean their sting. They’re important pollinators for our food crops and flowers. Invite them to your garden with these plants and flowers that attract bees.
If you’re looking for a Mother’s Day gift that blends tradition with personality, consider presenting a mom close to your heart with a heart-warming dish garden.
Get a jump on spring when you make a grow light space and start seeds indoors. It’s also useful for overwintering small garden plants.
Designing a garden is one way to bring your personality and sense of style to the outdoors. We’ve got tips to get you started.
Every party needs two things: a theme and favors.
Patio cushions can make your outdoor space cozy and inviting, that is unless they’ve been beaten by age and weather. Then they’re just plain
Lighting a fire is undoubtedly pleasant, but which structure, a fireplace or fire pit, is the best choice? Each has its own benefits.
If you’d like to test your soil at home, there are two kinds of tests: electronic and chemical.