Compost does more for your soil than you can imagine. It increases nutrient content, keeps plants healthier, and helps soil retain moisture so you use less water.
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Great gardens begin with great tools. If your tools are broken or in disrepair, now’s the time to give them some TLC.
Find out what trees and shrubs are best for your yard. With a new landscape, you’ll want to begin with the trees and shrubs that love your conditions, soil and space.
Young fruit trees are pruned to train them to become structurally sound. Learn more on how to prune and protect your fruit tree.
Row covers add more than a month to the growing season by taming the wind and reducing frost damage.
A new planting season means your veggie bed deserves a makeover. Now is the time to improve soil and correct problems to ensure a successful harvest next year.
Poinsettias’ long bloom time and ease of care are perfect for decorating or gift giving.
Plant garlic cloves in fall. They’ll slowly grow roots through the winter, and then explode with new growth in spring.
Holiday houseplants make easy, beautiful gifts, and add style and festive cheer to your home.
To enjoy an early burst of color come spring, plant flowering bulbs now, before the ground freezes.