When it comes to trees and shrubs, it’s fall, not spring, that is the ideal time to plant.
Americans love to play and picnic outside and end up mowing more than 30 million acres of grass annually. Keep your mower in peak condition with these tips.
Bats are naturally great pollinators, and they rid your yard of mosquitoes, gnats and other pesky outdoor bugs. Build a bat house to welcome these nighttime friends.
When fall begins, it’s time to clean up garden paths for safe footing all season long.
Lawns settle over time and create places where water collects in your yard or even worse, your basement. When you see these problems develop, grading is the first solution.
Take time to prune, rake and mulch your yard now to make it easier next gardening season.
Jump-start your next season by taking on garden chores now. Rake, mulch and trim back your perennial blooms.
When it comes to trees and shrubs, it’s fall, not spring, that is the ideal time to plant. With cool temperatures and increased rainfall,
Add color and interest outdoors during the holidays with winter container arrangements. Select hardy plants like evergreens, and look to nature for inspiration.
Use simple landscaping tricks to help screen unwanted views and noises and add privacy to your landscape.
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.