Besides pumpkin, any orange-fleshed squash such as butternut or buttercup will bake into splendid pies. Let us show you how.
With lots of sunshine and a little bit of care, you can grow herbs like rosemary, thyme and parsley indoors during the coldest months.
Bring the bounty of the harvest to the table this Thanksgiving when you make pies with sweet potatoes, pumpkin and apples.
Plant edibles in containers for delicious vegetables and herbs all winter long.
Instead of bagging leaves or pine needles for the trash, use them to make free mulch.
Avoid cracks and chips in your flower and herb containers and pots. Give them some TLC before winter sets in.
This Thanksgiving, when the stovetop and oven are filled to capacity, rely on your outdoor smoker for cooking, with the added benefit of that mouthwatering smoky flavor in your favorite dishes.
Toss them in the air, pile them up and jump in; leaves are the definition of fall fun. They’re great in the garden. Here are six of our favorite ways to put fall leaves to work.
Mulch helps to prevent water loss, buffer soil temperatures and suppress weeds. Here’s a breakdown of the most popular types of mulches for South Florida, and why you may want to consider one over another.
Growing indoors with proper lighting is the answer to producing your own fresh homegrown food. Building your own system is fairly inexpensive and provides a great start to all kinds of plants.
Fall garden cleanup is an important step for the long-term health of your garden.
Use these simple strategies to prepare fallen leaves for use as mulch right now, and again in next year’s veggie garden.