Create this easy DIY pumpkin patch for a fun twist on pumpkin carving.
Even in areas where drought isn’t a problem, make low-water plant choices for areas that you don’t want to water regularly.
With the help of the summer sun and rain, that pile of weeds, kitchen waste and dead plants you accumulated early in the year should be ready for the next step.
Edging your lawn makes for a defined, polished shape, and you’ll save time over using a weed trimmer.
From mums and pansies to violas and ornamental kale, a new crop of flowers debuts in fall. These plants produce colorful blooms for weeks and weeks.
Leafy greens and other crops will look even better when the rest of the garden gets a fall facelift with fresh mulch.
A little feeding and overseeding now makes for lush, green grass in spring. Follow these steps for a healthy lawn.
Perennials are the workhorses of the landscape. Fall is the time of year to divide them and let them get established for a head start on spring.
Spend a little time spoiling your plants now to have savory tomatoes and sweet, crisp peppers for your fall salads.
There are several things you can do to dramatically reduce water consumption, lower your water bill and still have a beautiful, productive garden.
A fire pit is easy to create in a variety of shape, style and size options that fit your yard, décor and budget. Offset cool weather in style and enjoy s’mores year round.
Take advantage of some growing time now and help cool-season seedlings transition easier into the garden.