Remove weeds and their seeds from your lawn now to help prevent years of weed woes.
A dry creek bed is more than simply a ditch with rocks in it. Whether you are trying to divert drainage or stop erosion, this landscape feature is easier to build than it looks.
Houseplants instantly brighten up any space. Plus, they naturally purify the air, improve your well-being and reduce your risk of colds. Here are our picks for the five easiest houseplants to grow.
To keep your garden from being destroyed, install a good fence. Fences are reliable long-term, year-round protection against animals.
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.
Mulch reduces weeds, keeps soil evenly moist and regulates soil temperature. Over time, it naturally decays and becomes part of the soil. Here are tips to refresh the mulch.
A tree can be your home’s best friend. It can provide shade in the heat of summer, protect from winter winds, reduce electric bills and improve your home’s resale value.
Before you site that garden or dig that hole, plan, plan, plan. A simple garden plan can be as modest as a quickly drawn sketch.
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.
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.
Landscape features or accents such as benches and paths provide interest even when the garden is at rest.
When fall begins, it’s time to clean up garden paths for safe footing all season long.