Help your houseplants make the transition back indoors when the temperatures drop.
Make a dehydrator that taps into the sun’s energy to preserve your garden’s bounty.
Build a garden cart for outdoor entertaining or as a handy portable stand for tools and plants.
An easy-to-make vertical garden is a great space-saver for your porch, deck, or patio.
Orchids may look exotic, but many are as easy to grow as ordinary houseplants. Learn how to care for them and get more blooms.
For gardeners, decorating for Christmas isn’t complete without easy-to-grow poinsettias, paperwhites and other seasonal plants.
Preserve the flavors of your harvest when you freeze herbs and dry homegrown chiles, onions and garlic bulbs.
Put aside some of your garden’s harvest for inexpensive, easy fall decorations.
The calendar says it’s fall, but it’s not to early to catch spring fever. Plant bulbs now for brilliant color in next spring’s beds and borders.
Dress up your holiday table with a centerpiece made from beautiful poinsettias and other live plants.
Brighten your landscape by planting new trees and shrubs in fall. The cooler weather gets them off to a great start.
Now is a great time to bring your houseplants inside. Try acclimating them first so they can adjust to a different environment inside.