That last bite of a red ripe tomato fresh from the garden doesn’t mean the end of your vegetable garden for the year. With a little bit of technology and know-how, you can stretch your garden’s production to the limit.
Early winter weather is becoming the norm. If suddenly the forecast calls for snow, try these tips to help protect your plants.
This fall, pack a large pot to capacity with chrysanthemums, ornamental grasses and late-season perennials to punch up your porch or patio.
Perk up your porch this fall with a pumpkin packed with pansies.
Outdoor power tools are time-savers, but when they are not stored properly and need repairs, those time-savers become time-wasters. Avoid lost time and costly repairs with these tips.
Want your gardening tools to last? Take steps to preserve them now.
Create an ambient backyard space with a fire pit. The warm glow of a fire can turn any party into a memorable and fun experience. Just add marshmallows.
Get the most burn for your buck with these tips for using real firewood in your fire pit or home fireplace.
Kick up the tailgate fun in your backyard with three ideas to get the celebration going.
Watch blooms in your garden thrive when you plant these five fall perennials you can’t kill.
While spring is the ideal time for planting vegetables and flowers, the cooler days of fall are best for planting and pruning trees. Take time this season to care for the trees in your yard.
The mystical beauty of ornamental grasses can be captured by planting them in containers by your patio, porch or deck.