Growing annual flowers and vegetables from seeds started indoors can be rewarding. Learn how to start seeds indoors from the gardening experts at The Home Depot.
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Houseplants instantly brighten up any space. Plus, they naturally purify the air, improve your well-being and reduce your risk of colds. Here are our picks for the five easiest houseplants to grow.
Even if you have a small garden, you can still grow fruit trees. Fruit trees naturally break dormancy and start to grow in early spring, so that is the best time to plant. Until then, daydreaming about what and where you will plant is time well spent.
When you start to see new growth on your houseplants, it’s time to start feeding and watering regularly again. If your plants have outgrown their containers, this is the time to re-pot them.
Water systems come in many different shapes and sizes. Learn what types of systems will fit the needs of your yard and save water, time and money.
Remove weeds and their seeds from your lawn now to help prevent years of weed woes.
Orchids are easy. You’ll be surprised how little care these blooming machines need.
Make your house a holiday home with live greenery. While you’re decking the halls this season, remember the boughs of holly, garland, kissing balls and a wreath for the front door.
Tropical houseplants are easy to grow and will last for years with a little care.
Thriving houseplants add life to your home during the cold winter months and can be a great way to keep your spirits up. Discover a new houseplant in this list of low-light favorites.
Trees increase property values, cool homes and have even been shown to improve health and lower anxiety. The stately giants are everywhere around us, but it’s not until we notice something’s off that most of us stop to truly inspect our trees. The earlier you spot problems, the sooner you can take action.
The first step to improving your garden is to get a soil test. The results will guide you to amending your soil for the growing season.