It’s not too late to plant summer blooms. Plant heat-hardy plants and watch them return year after year.
Water is a precious resource, and whether or not your community has water restrictions, it’s wise to make your garden water-efficient.
It’s easy to add patriotic style to your patio this July 4 with terra cotta pots and chalky finish paint.
Deck your patio in summertime style with these ideas for the Fourth of July.
Dad will feel like a super hero with these festive Father’s Day gift ideas. Create a griller’s paradise or a fire pit area fit for a king. Check out our other ideas.
A lush window box full of blooms just seems to say, “A gardener lives here.” Window boxes accent homes and porches with floral color, texture and shape at eye level.
Knowing when to pick your container strawberries, tomatoes and melons will provide you with the best tastes.
The official start of summer is still a few weeks away, but pool season has begun. Follow our tips for opening your pool and freshening your landscape this summer.
Who said you need a pool to have summertime fun? Check out our ideas for rip-roaring splash-time fun.
Cool down in the shade with a pergola, umbrella or personal misting device and then relax in a hammock or under a fan.
The goal for this season is simple — turn an ordinary backyard into an amazing outdoor living space, one perfectly suited for entertaining, hosting summer celebrations, spending quality time with the family, or simply having the opportunity to take typical indoor activities and bring them outside.
Roses are demanding, but the rewards are plentiful. Learn more about choosing the right roses for your garden, and how to care for them, from Chris Van Cleave, the Redneck Rosarian.