The official start of summer is still a few weeks away, but pool season has begun. Follow our tips for opening your pool and freshening your landscape this summer.
Who said you need a pool to have summertime fun? Check out our ideas for rip-roaring splash-time fun.
Cool down in the shade with a pergola, umbrella or personal misting device and then relax in a hammock or under a fan.
Fire ants or other biting insects can ruin your lawn and outdoor fun.
Hollies are a great year-round plant for a Southern garden. Evergreen hollies do not lose leaves and add splashes of color at all times of year.
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.
Keep your garden beds and containers colorful all summer when you plant annual flowers that love hot weather.
Looking to save water, time and money? Water your lawn in the early morning.
Because perennials return reliably year after year, they give you a lot of bang for your gardening buck. Look for them in many different colors, heights and forms.
Grow sweet potatoes and watch them thrive in summer’s heat with little upkeep once established.
Have a beautiful lawn but weeds seem to be a problem? Discover how to get rid of those weeds as you feed and protect you lawn.
Outdoor insecticides kill on contact and keep pests from coming back. With early application, kids can play on the lawn without fear of painful tick or chigger bites, and your pets can run without picking up ticks and fleas.