Planting brightly colored annuals is instant and consistent gratification. Either in planters or in the ground, annuals liven up your garden with summer-long color.
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Stake your tomatoes for healthy, plump and juicy tomatoes all season long.
It doesn’t take much time to begin composting. Here’s how to get started.
For watering plants and flowers, a well-designed watering can can’t be beat. When you shop for a watering can, consider whether it will be used indoors or outdoors.
Grow a salad garden just outside your door with pots of vegetables and herbs. Begin with good-sized containers, well-draining potting mix and quality plants.
Use a rain barrel to efficiently collect rainwater for your lawn and plants.
Keep mosquitos at bay with natural repellent in a container.
For an organic harvest, all you need are the right ingredients to grow a natural, good-for-you container garden.
When your plants become snacks for creepy-crawlies and other pests, don’t reach immediately for harsh chemicals. There are plenty of organic options that will keep you and your garden safe.
It’s not too late to have a garden this summer. Follow our quick tips for successful vegetable gardening now.
Accessories help create a garden that’s easy to work and play in. Extras like planter caddies and rockers make the workload easy. The fact that they look good, too, is a bonus.
This spring, as you plant your vegetable garden, keep in mind that the work doesn’t end once your seedlings are in the ground. Ensure a bountiful harvest with these quick tips for getting the most out of your vegetable garden.