Scare up some fun with this Halloween coffin centerpiece built for a skeleton and decorated with succulents.
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For the best in harvest style, create layers of decoration that will transition successfully from the late days of summer through Thanksgiving.
Making this smoky vegetarian chili lets you spend precious holiday time making moments and memories instead of hours creating weeknight suppers.
With the right grilling accessories, you’ll grill like a pro.
Late summer is the time you’ll see more spiders in your garden, due to the number insects they prey upon. Know your garden spiders, and they will be your friends in the garden.
Problems in the garden may start with a nibble on a leaf, or a bite out of your prized tomatoes. Before long you wonder what kind of pest is in your garden and how you should handle it. Learn more about mindful pest management from the author of “Humane Critter Control: The Guide to Natural, Nontoxic Pest Solutions to Protect Your Yard and Garden.”
Get great ideas for garden tool storage so you can stay organized in your outdoor space.
Daylilies and irises are the workhorses of the garden. If they aren’t blooming as much as before, or they’re crowded, they need to be divided.
Delicious paella is a delicious option for a dinner party and entertaining. It feeds a crowd and can be made with different tastes or food options in mind.
Try mums and asters in your fall display this year. Get more life from the these colorful plants when you put them in the ground at the end of the season. We’ll tell you how to plant mums and asters in your garden.
Houseplants are reputed to purify indoor air and promote a sense of calmness and well-being. They also inspire friendship when you can share easy-to-grow cuttings.
The late summer garden is just as challenging as an early spring garden. Be diligent about watering and pruning your summer flowers and vegetables, and read on to get expert tips on planting fall crops.