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Monthly Archives: November 2014
Early winter means it’s time to plant sweet, succulent peas and crunchy carrots.
Winters can take a toll on your lawn and hardscapes. A few simple steps before the first snow will ensure your drive and grass stay in tip-top shape.
Leafy greens and other crops will look even better when the rest of the garden gets a fall facelift with fresh mulch.
Martha Stewart demonstrates how to build your own lighted holiday sign.
Build a fun, decorative Santa or nutcracker out of terra cotta pots.
For gardeners, decorating for Christmas isn’t complete without easy-to-grow poinsettias, paperwhites and other seasonal plants.
Decorate a planter for the holidays with a pre-made wreath, live greenery and ornaments from the Martha Stewart Living.
Plant garlic cloves in fall. They’ll slowly grow roots through the winter, and then explode with new growth in spring.
Holiday houseplants make easy, beautiful gifts, and add style and festive cheer to your home.
To enjoy an early burst of color come spring, plant flowering bulbs now, before the ground freezes.
While you’re decking the halls this season, don’t forget the boughs of holly, garland, kissing balls, and a wreath for the front door.