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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Monthly Archives: March 2013
When you’re short on growing space, try a half-barrel. They make great planters for flowers, veggies, and herbs.
These tips can help restore your serenity by giving you a pristine patio surface for the coming season.
Pour a cold drink, grab a good book, and kick back in a comfortable Adirondack chair.
Adirondacks have been patio staples for over a century, thanks to their wide seats and flat armrests–the perfect place to park that lemonade.
Pour a glass of lemonade, grab your e-reader, and kick back in a comfortable Adirondack chair.
Pour a cold drink and kick back in a comfortable Adirondack chair. Adirondacks have been patio staples for over a century.
What kind of patio set do you have for your outdoor space?
This rustic garden container is made from stonelike material known as hypertufa, which mimics a type of rock, and can be shaped using basic molds.
Cool, buttery avocado makes soothing salsa that’s a palate-pleasing contrast to spicy meats, such as these cayenne-rubbed chicken breasts.
With hints of spring in the air, things are changing dramatically at the farm. I love this time of year when the garden begins to
Don’t miss out on fresh herbs (or pay a lot for them at the market) just because you don’t have a big yard. Situate this