Paperwhite narcissus and daffodil bulbs make delightful gifts throughout the holidays. Take the extra step and package them for perfect planting. We’ll show you how.
This holiday season, look to the color and fragrance of Christmas bulbs like amaryllis and paperwhites to give as gifts and to beautify your home.
Use terra cotta pots and holiday green spray paint for a fun and easy do-it-yourself Christmas tree.
Make your holiday decor festive with fresh greenery this Christmas season.
That stack of terra cotta pots beside your potting bench can do double duty as a rustic Christmas tree. Just grab a stack in varying sizes, age them with a super-simple household solution, paint the rims and build your tree.
Keep this handy reference guide close so you’ll know the right amount amount of Christmas lights to buy for your home and tree.
When your perennials start to look overcrowded, don’t let them steal from your garden nutrients. Grab your garden tools and begin dividing them.
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.