It’s time to turn your extra citrus fruit into juices and seasonings you can use all year long.
Even if you have a small garden, you can still grow fruit trees.
Besides pumpkin, any orange-fleshed squash such as butternut or buttercup will bake into splendid pies. Let us show you how.
Plant edibles in containers for delicious vegetables and herbs all winter long.
Avoid cracks and chips in your flower and herb containers and pots. Give them some TLC before winter sets in.
Now is the time to sow and then plant fresh greens for a garden fit for a stir-fry meal.
Mediterranean herbs will last the winter if you take steps now to trim and protect them.
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.
No garden is immune to insects that kill, such as aphids, caterpillars, grasshoppers and Japanese beetles, but you can fight back. Here’s how.
Keep your pets safe and out of the compost pile using our tips.
With the help of the summer sun and rain, that pile of weeds, kitchen waste and dead plants you accumulated early in the year should be ready for the next step.