Add a pop of color to transform a desert landscape when nothing is in bloom.
Outdoor spaces are an extension of the home and the garden is an expression of your personality.
Save money, time and the environment by taking these five simple steps to conserve water.
Tips to kill, control and prevent weeds in your driveway, patio and sidewalk.
When conditions are moist and shady, moss will grow. Liquid moss-killing products are easy to apply, turning moss black within a few hours.
Fungal diseases can quickly turn a green lawn into a brown, ugly patch. Identify the problem and treat your grass with the proper fungicide.
Take some lessons from painters and sculptors: Step outside and visualize your landscape as a canvas.
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.
Overseeding is one of the most important tasks in growing a healthy, lush lawn.
Create a show-stopping summer landscape with tropical and warm-season plants.
Rather than planting new turf, patch the damaged spots. Easy-to-use lawn patch products combine grass seed, fertilizer and mulch in the same bag.
Weeds love to invade lawns, especially broadleaf weeds like dandelions. Today’s broadleaf weed killers take care of the job and eliminate the need to hand weed.