As spring flowers bloom, we start hearing the grumbles over weeds. It’s time to stop grumbling and start pulling.
Gardens, including patios, are not just about chores and lists and planting and picking. They’re also outdoor spaces meant to be enjoyed.
Bees, butterflies and birds keep your vegetable garden growing and flower garden blooming. They are essential to a healthy landscape and a healthy planet.
Take some lessons from painters and sculptors: Step outside and visualize your landscape as a canvas.
Create a show-stopping summer landscape with tropical and warm-season plants.
Whether you live in the country or the city, noise pollution can be overwhelming and distracting. You can camouflage these sounds, making your patio or garden an oasis of calm.
Have a beautiful lawn but weeds seem to be a problem? Discover how to get rid of those weeds as you feed and protect you lawn.
Xeriscaping is another way of saying drought-tolerant gardening. The practice reduces the amount of water you use in your landscape, but it doesn’t mean you eliminate water altogether.
Attract birds to your landscape with things every living creature needs: food, shelter, water and a place to raise their young.
Learn more about fertilizer, one of the key ingredients to bigger, brighter and healthier plants.
Learn about when to prune, pruning tips and myths.
Keep your irrigation system performing at its best with this checklist.