Attract birds to your landscape with things every living creature needs: food, shelter, water and a place to raise their young.
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Weekly Gardening Tips for Your Area
A winter landscape is a beautiful sight, particularly when under a protective blanket of snow. Take a few extra steps to protect trees, shrubs, sidewalks and structures from heavy, wet snow and ice.
African violets are small, cheery plants with fuzzy leaves have exquisite flowers in shades of blue, pink, white, and of course, violet.
Cold months are hot for backyard bird activity. Create a place that attracts birds to your yard and helps them survive.
Poinsettias’ long bloom time and ease of care are perfect for decorating or gift giving.
Winters can take a toll on your lawn and hardscapes. A few simple steps before the first snow will ensure your drive and grass stay in tip-top shape.
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.
Instead of bagging and trashing fall leaves, turn them into mulch, compost, or leaf mold for your garden.
When fluffy flakes turn into icy patches, make your outdoor steps and walkways safe by de-icing.