Learn how to dry and preserve your flowers to make gifts and seasonal decor. It’s easier (and even more fun!) than you think! Part 1 of a 3 Part Series.
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Monthly Archives: August 2013
Create a soothing centerpiece when you make a water bowl garden.
Rain chains are attractive, easy-to-install alternatives to downspouts that get clogged with leaves or straw.
For gardeners who work the soil, choosing plants for a water garden can be a new–and fun–experience.
Whether you have a balcony in the city, or a yard in the suburbs, there’s a water garden to fit your space.
Gardeniere Jim Cunneen shows you how to build a beautiful, inexpensive water garden with a decorative planter and other materials available at your local Home Depot.
Instead of just adding any old water feature to your landscape, why not raise the bar by building a koi pond?
Growth is beginning to taper off in warm-season lawns, but the season’s not quite over. Use these guidelines to set your lawn agenda for autumn.
September is prime growing time for cool-season grass. Use these guidelines to set your lawn agenda for autumn.
Gardeniere Jim Cunneen explains sun zones and how to determine if your landscape is full sun, partial sun, or full shade. Then he demonstrates how
Tips to help you choose the right shade plants and vine plants for your shade garden, no matter where you live.
Shade gardens are easy to grow and maintain when you have the right shade plants in them.