Create an outdoor living space as comfortable and enjoyable as your indoor living room. Martha Stewart Living shows you how.
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Early spring is the perfect time to plant your peas, beets, radishes, spinach and other salad greens. Learn how with help from Martha Stewart.
Learn how to plant a raised bed specifically for lettuce varieties, creating an abundant harvest for fresh salads all summer long.
Container gardening is a great way to decorate patios and terraces. Watch Martha Stewart share her expert tips for filling large pots and arranging plants.
Watch Martha Stewart answer questions for first-time vegetable gardeners, discussing the perfect plants for beginners and important mistakes to avoid.
No matter how small your backyard (or balcony), you can cultivate a thriving herb garden.
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What we eat has an ecological impact, so we can learn to alter our approach to mealtime in a way that benefits the environment.
Martha Stewart recipe for making Roasted Harvest Vegetables.
Put those bright, appealing heirloom tomatoes to use with this colorful pasta dish.
Cilantro and fresh-squeezed lemon gives this quick dish its bright flavor.
Try this bright and cheery soup on a cold winter day.
Poached egg gives this hearty winter soup its richness.
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Birds provide a welcome bit of wildlife near the home, and feeders help local bird populations survive during the colder months. Make sure to buy the right seed for local species, keep it safely stored, and clean your feeder.
Succulents are plants that store their water in their stems, leaves and roots. Here’s how to care for them.
If you’re occasionally at a loss about how to keep your houseplants as beautiful as they were the day you bought them, you’re not alone. Martha Stewart has compiled some of the most common indoor-plant questions and answered them for you.
For a unique Mother’s Day flower arrangement, consider putting your flowers in a button-filled vase.
Do you have birds visiting your garden?
More commonly referred to as celery root, celeriac really is the ugly duckling of the vegetable world.