Use our gardening checklist and see what to tackle this month.
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Create decorative cement hypertufa pumpkins and use as centerpieces or decorations on your porch, balcony or by your entryway.
Don’t let an unappealing area or unsightly fixture like a septic tank cover ruin your view of your well-manicured landscape, cover it up! Follow this DIY and build a raised planter customized to conceal a vent pipe, water meter, septic cover and more.
For Halloween and harvest decor, try classic style for a timeless, elegant look.
With Halloween decor, make your indoor space the scariest of all with extra eerie animated guests.
See the best of 2017 outdoor Halloween decor.
Blue bachelor buttons and pink cosmos are so easy to grow that they are often used in roadside plantings, but the plants will grow faster and stronger in a well-prepared garden bed. Pick up tips for growing these easy annuals.
Fall is the time to plant tulips, the bulbs treasured for centuries for their spectacular beauty. Tulips put on a colorful show in mid-spring, after most daffodils have faded but before perennials and shrubs burst into bloom.
Craft a creepy and kooky wreath for your front door with a bag of (fake) bones and cool and colorful succulents.
Keep pollinators buzzing into fall with these low-maintenance perennials for your flower garden.
Add life to your outdoor space with some sweet and spooky homemade Halloween decorations. From scarecrows to sugar skulls, we’ve got you covered in harvest style.
Try making this farmhouse style moss cone that holds flowers and can hang on your porch or front door.