Evergreens, citrus and blooming bulbs make wonderful gifts for gardeners during the holidays, but when the carols have faded and the decorations are back in the attic, keeping the plants alive will be a test of your green thumb.
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Here’s a secret that gardeners don’t talk about much: we have killed plants. Or, most of us have. Yes, it’s true, our green thumbs were once black as compost, the only difference is, we learned from our mistakes.
Looking for easy and quick DIY projects for Christmas? Try creating a hanging basket or terrarium with succulents.
Last-minute holiday decorating — including ideas for small spaces — doesn’t have to cost much. It just takes a little time to punch up your decor with our easy ideas.
Camellias are the jewels of the winter garden, adding a tidal wave of color to shady spots.
Give paperwhite narcissus and daffodil bulbs to friends throughout the holidays. Take the extra step and package them for perfect planting with these simple steps.
This Christmas, look for colorful and fragrant bulbs like amaryllis and paperwhites to give as gifts and display in your home.
Mediterranean herbs will last the winter if you take steps now to trim and protect them.
Keep your roses healthy and protected for the winter. Take these easy steps to ensure beautiful blooms next spring.
Use terra cotta pots and holiday green spray paint for a fun and easy do-it-yourself Christmas tree.
Check out these 10 stunning Christmas wreaths that will add shimmer and sparkle to your holiday decor.
This easy DIY wreath stands out in white among the traditional red, green and gold holiday colors, or you can incorporate natural elements such as holly with berries.