If you enjoy entertaining, don’t let the change of seasons push your party inside. Gather good friends and good food around a fire pit or
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Monthly Archives: October 2013
Winter, contrary to popular belief, is an important time in the garden, a time for maintenance and putting the garden to bed.
A do-it-yourself table topper makes any Halloween gathering fun and festive.
Even the most experienced gardener likes a sure thing, and in the world of gardening, it doesn’t get much safer than bulbs.
Gardeniere Gina plants perennials & spring bulbs, Teena gathers harvest-themed plants & gourds to create a fall centerpiece and Jim shows you how to plant a tree in the fall. You’ll also learn more about pruning fall grasses & trees.
A do-it-yourself cold frame stretches the season for growing leafy greens and other crops. Learn how to build a cold frame.
Pressing flowers is an easy way to preserve the beauty of your favorite blooms. This flower press can be built in an afternoon and enjoyed all year long.
How and why to prune your trees in the fall.
Can’t bear to close up your deck or patio just yet? Here are a few options for extending your outdoor season.
Turn your dried flowers into harvest decor or gifts with our easy-to-do projects.
Don’t let the pretty faces fool you; violas and pansies are garden workhorses. Plant them in fall and they will power on through winter and bloom with enthusiasm the following spring.
The cool season offers gardeners a chance to play with a bold color palette, flowering shrubs, evergreens and perennials.