When you plan your garden, chances are you want plants that provide four seasons of interest, don’t need a lot of maintenance and are easy-to-grow. If that sounds like you, start with this list of low-maintenance shrubs.
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When you start your vegetable garden from seed, you control the process from beginning to end. Plus, it’s easy and gives you a jumpstart on spring.
Almost every landscape has at least one problem area, whether it is a rocky spot, a slope, or a place so heavily shaded that design options with plants are limited. Fortunately, there are solutions in the Garden Center.
If you can garden, you can be a beekeeper. Your garden will never look so good or produce more than when you keep bees. Learn what it takes to start a hive and help it thrive.
Starting your own plants from seeds at home is an easy way to increase the variety of garden plants that you can grow in your garden. Find out how to start seeds indoors in this video introduction.
Check out and learn these tricks for getting your garden shed organized.
Add variety to your houseplants display with this do-it-yourself mini plant stand. Follow the step-by-step photos and instructions for a simple decor enhancement for your houseplant collection.
Wheatgrass makes a healthy juice, but even if you don’t juice it, wheatgrass makes a lovely addition as a centerpiece, adding a bright pop of green. If you’re ready to grow your own, here’s the step by step instructions.
Plants bring life and beauty to a tablescape, but you might overcrowd your table when you add in candles, too. Combine the two with these stylish flowerpot candle holders.
Brush off the winter blahs and decorate your space with houseplants in mind.
Growing vegetables and herbs in less space and across seasons are a couple of common reasons to consider hydroponic gardening.
Grow winter microgreens in just a week and pack a punch with this nutritious snack you grow yourself.