Holiday spirit may not be the only thing keeping you from taking down your holiday decor. We offer these tips to help ease you through this difficult time.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
Don’t have room to add a full cellar in your back yard? We’ll show you how to build a miniature root cellar perfect for storing the produce of a small vegetable garden.
A dried-out Christmas tree can leave your holiday all wet. Learn how to keep your cut tree from losing its needles before Christmas.
With the Christmas right around the corner, we take a look at some of our most popular holiday plants.
When potted and given a partially sunny spot, amaryllis bloom easily indoors, making them popular as holiday flowers.
Stretch the grilling season by smoking your Thanksgiving turkey and save room in your oven for fixings.
Want to keep gardening, even when the prime growing season draws to a close? Now’s the time to prepare. In the upcoming weeks we’ll teach you: How to get started canning and preserving your produce, how to use a cold frame to grow plants, how to dry your flowers for use in decor and gifts, how to build a mini root cellar…and much more.
Looking to replace your old holiday lights? Take a look at the advantages of illuminating your decorations with LEDs.
How and why to prune your trees in the fall.
Can’t bear to close up your deck or patio just yet? Here are a few options for extending your outdoor season.
For most regions, autumn marks the end of the traditional gardening season, but you’re not done just yet. You can get a jump start
Snow and ice may make gardening impractical during Northern winters, but the work you do now can help preserve your garden for the spring thaw.