Gardenieres Host William and Midwest Gardeniere Gina talk succulents and put together a succulent container full of tone, texture, and color
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Monthly Archives: July 2013
An ode to Van Gogh: a deep bowl mounded with a variety of garden sunflowers, along with yarrow, zinnias, goldenrod, and heleniums.
Preserve part of the summer season with a sauce made from tomatoes from your garden.
Weeding and thinning are hard work, and your knees are always the first to go. Spare them with this smart cushion.
When a sunflower head is dried it can be given new life as a natural bird feeder in your yard.
What are your favorite tomato preserving techniques?
What heat-loving plants do you have success growing?
Keep your garden hose from cutting into flower beds when snaking around a corner by adding a homemade hose guide.
The long, hot sultry days of summer are upon us, but a cooling shade garden can be your ticket to enjoying the outdoors.
The Southwest enjoys a garden harvest year-round. Find tips for preserving your bounty.
By mid-summer, southern gardeners are busy harvesting beans, cantaloupes, and more. Learn how to preserve your harvest.
Many herbs and vegetables are ready to harvest from your Northern garden by mid-summer. Find tips on preserving them.