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Plants bring life and beauty to a tablescape, but you might overcrowd your table when you add in candles, too. Combine the two with these stylish flowerpot candle holders.
Start composting without a pile for nutrient-rich soil in your garden.
Improve the looks of large trees such as oak, elm and poplar when you “limb up” low branches. This gentle pruning gives your landscape a more polished look.
You may have red and green stockings hung by your chimney with care or a Griswold-worthy display populating your front lawn, but there’s always room for something more. This Christmas season, take a fresh approach when you know your holiday style.
Take advantage of the fall season’s natural beauty for easy ways to decorate your Thanksgiving table. Pick up handy tips from this list.
What’s on your gardening calendar for November? The months of harvesting are winding down. Learn more about what to do in the garden in your region in November.
What’s on your gardening checklist for November? The months of harvesting are winding down. Learn more about what to do in the garden in your region in November.
Spent flowers, dried branches or leaves, and gourds from the garden can make ghoulish decorations for Halloween. Learn more in this article.
It’s a frustrating feeling when hungry critters decide to snack on your plants. Try these seven proven strategies to keep deer, squirrels and other pests out of your garden.
Trees increase property values, cool homes and have even been shown to improve health and lower anxiety. The stately giants are everywhere around us, but it’s not until we notice something’s off that most of us stop to truly inspect our trees. The earlier you spot problems, the sooner you can take action.
While most gardens need water, too much can cause grass to die, damage roots, and create unhealthy growing conditions. Try these tricks for diverting water in your landscape.