The heat is on and your vegetable garden may start to suffer. Water and mulch veggies to help them thrive.
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Monthly Archives: July 2015
Feeding makes plants healthier, bigger and more disease- and pest-resistant. And don’t be afraid to cut off flowers as they fade.
Don’t let the heat beat your garden. Plan and plant water smart plants and let the heat shine down in your garden.
It’s hot outside. Take it inside with our roundup of 5 indoor plants you can’t kill.
Save time and money by installing a drip watering system for your containers.
Start seeds now for a fall garden full of the best produce you’ve ever tasted.
Add a fountain and you’ll be rewarded with the soothing sound of trickling water.
When you cover the open spaces around plants with a layer of mulch, they benefit in many ways.
Spending hours canning extra garden vegetables is not feasible for most gardeners. Instead, try a new take on the process: small batch freezing.
Keep the goodness of the garden going longer by using techniques like drying and freezing to preserve your herbal harvest.
Succulents need little water and are easy to grow anywhere. If you’re busy, travel frequently or are guilty of a little neglect, succulents are for you.
Water restrictions can be frustrating for gardeners who want to care for their gardens. Here are techniques and resources to create a drought-tolerant landscape.