Turn kitchen scraps into new plants and check out this delicious recipe for guacamole.
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Monthly Archives: December 2013
You’ll love our family-friendly holiday beverages infused with garden-fresh herbs!
We all know that tropical houseplants are beautiful, but did you know they could save your life? A report by the World Health Organization in
Guest blogger Diane LaSauce shows us how to make delicious pesto from kale, a “superfood” packed with nutrients.
Robin Plaskoff Horton Robin Plaskoff Horton’s award-winning and Webby-nominated blog, Urban Gardens, is a lifestyle story told from the ground up. A mix of urban
The gardening season doesn’t have to end in winter; one of our favorite garden guest bloggers, Rhonda Fleming Hayes, shares ideas for decorating a greenhouse.
The holidays are here, and we’ve got exactly what you need for the gardener on your list.
Learn how to turn an old terra cotta pot into a stylish lamp with guest blogger Robin Plaskhoff Horton of Urban Gardens.
Don’t have room to add a full cellar in your back yard? We’ll show you how to build a miniature root cellar perfect for storing the produce of a small vegetable garden.
Use a classic theme with unexpected colors and twists to create a stress-free, stunning holiday tablescape.
With a little care, holiday plants like Christmas cacti and poinsettias can become regular houseplants.
You’ll get a kick out of this project: plant pansies in old rainboots to brighten your garden and stretch its colors into spring.