Plant flower bulbs now for a burst of color as soon as spring awakens.
When fall begins, it’s time to clean up garden paths for safe footing all season long.
A little feeding and overseeding now makes for lush, green grass in spring. Follow these steps for a healthy lawn.
Repetition helps the visitor’s eye navigate the space within the garden. Learn how to use this design principle in your garden.
If your community faces wildfire conditions, evaluate your risk by checking your perimeter, vegetation and brush.
When it comes to trees and shrubs, it’s fall, not spring, that is the ideal time to plant.
Jump-start your next season by taking on garden chores now. Rake, mulch and trim back your perennial blooms.
Perennials are the workhorses of the landscape. Fall is the time of year to divide them and let them get established for a head start on spring.
Edging your lawn makes for a defined, polished shape, and you’ll save time over using a weed trimmer.
Take time to prune, rake and mulch your yard now to make it easier next gardening season.
Even in areas where drought isn’t a problem, make low-water plant choices for areas that you don’t want to water regularly.
There are several things you can do to dramatically reduce water consumption, lower your water bill and still have a beautiful, productive garden.