Craft a creepy and kooky wreath for your front door with a bag of (fake) bones and cool and colorful succulents.
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Add life to your outdoor space with some sweet and spooky homemade Halloween decorations. From scarecrows to sugar skulls, we’ve got you covered in harvest style.
Take time this fall to set the stage for a lush green lawn next spring. Autumn is the season for raking leaves, but it’s also time to fertilize and reseed cool season grasses.
Mulch suppresses weeds, slows evaporation, and protects plants, shrubs and trees from harsh weather extremes. Plus, like a just-made bed, a blanket of mulch makes a garden look tidy.
Experienced gardeners know that a fall planting gives perennials, shrubs and trees extra time to establish roots without the stress of heat.
Combine seashells and succulents in a shadowbox for a centerpiece or wall art. Spend an afternoon creating and the rest of the season enjoying this nifty project.
Another reason to grow herbs near your grilling station – create an herb butter seasoned with herbs to melt over grilled steaks.
Ornamental grasses are among the most drought-tolerant, deer-resistant, and easy to establish plants you can grow.
Add whimsy to your porch and garden when you repurpose thrift store and antique finds as containers for plants. Look around with fresh eyes and think about what you can use in your garden.
Even as you reap the rewards of a well-tended garden, prudent gardeners will prepare for fall, probably the easiest garden season of all. Learn more about gardening in your region.
Canning is an easy way to preserve the best of your garden’s produce and enjoy it through the winter. Learn how to can your own salsa with this recipe.
Start thinking about your fall veggie garden and make preparations now for cooler days ahead.