Butterflies and birds bring gardens to life. Invite them to your yard by planting flowers and native plants in a sunny spot.
Keep your garden beds and containers colorful all summer when you plant annual flowers that love hot weather.
Get more boom out of blooms by fertilizing roses and deadheading flowers.
Hurricanes wreak havoc on gardens, so start preparing long before the winds blow.
Save time and water by installing a simple drip watering system that delivers a small amount of water directly to a plant’s roots.
Whether your garden is small or large, chances are you will encounter a leaky garden hose end or sprinkler. Don’t trash it. Fix it with the help of this tip.
Hanging baskets quickly decorate any space and are easy to replace and refresh for a new look that changes with the seasons.
Boost your curb appeal with a decorative DIY window box.
Try packing the bottom of your planters with materials like packing peanuts to save on soil.
Create drought-tolerant containers with succulents for easy care through summer.
When you choose the right container for your plants, they will grow and thrive.
Make watering your garden easier with technology to help save time, money and, of course, water.