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.
Keep your pets safe and out of the compost pile using our tips.
No garden is immune to insects that kill, such as aphids, caterpillars, grasshoppers and Japanese beetles, but you can fight back. Here’s how.
Birds that stay in cold climates through winter greatly appreciate extra food. Hungry birds will become daily visitors to a backyard feeding station, making winter more enjoyable for all.
Whether you are starting a new garden or want to learn more about your soil, testing the soil’s pH level is an interesting and rewarding project.
Collards and kale produce a parade of lovely leaves through the cool winter months. You only need a few plants to stay knee-deep in gourmet greens through the winter.
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.
Instead of bagging leaves or pine needles for the trash, use them to make free mulch.
Harvest and preserve herbs from your garden for year-round use.
Your veggie garden bed is probably looking bare, so prepare space now for early spring plantings.
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.