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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
A top fall task for your cool-season grass is aerating and overseeding to get the lush lawn of your dreams in spring.
Compost is created when organic matter such as discarded leaves, grass clippings and food scraps are layered and decompose naturally, creating a potent cocktail of nutrients. If you own a composter, you already have the perfect environment to allow this decomposition to occur.
Creating your own compost reduces household and landfill waste, encourages healthy biological activity in your yard, and enhances your soil for ideal gardening conditions.
Don’t restrict all your gardening efforts to the backyard – bring your creativity and green thumb front and center by freshening up your front porch.
When it’s too cold to spend much time in the garden, speed up your wait for warmer weather by preparing a patio ideally suited to fit your needs. Plan your furniture purchases around the amount of traffic your patio gets.
No matter the size of your garden, it’s necessary to invest in quality tools so that your plants can flourish. Buy tools that are appropriate for the job, and keep in mind that a few more dollars up front will pay off in years of gardening use.
Your gardening style determines the tools you will need to make your gardening tasks easier and more effective. Follow our quiz to learn your gardening style and our recommendations to help you get the job done.
Give your feathered friends a cozy house and garden of their own with this unique DIY birdhouse planter.
Succulents are the ideal no fuss plants. Requiring minimal space and attention, they deliver beautiful accents to any room or flower arrangement that even the most beginner gardener can handle.
Escape the chill of winter by going on a mini-vacation in your own home with tropical houseplants.
Help your holiday plants live well past the celebration to keep your home merry and bright long into the new year.