If the predictions of Punxsutawney Phil and El Nino come true, it could affect your gardening calendar.
Do you know the secret language of flowers? The symbolism behind the colors and blooms enhances the gift of flowers on Valentine’s Day and throughout the year.
Peat pots make quick work of starting seeds. The beauty of using peat pots is that transplanting the seeds into the garden can be done in a snap.
Bromeliads are naturals for the indoor gardener. With their bold colors and easygoing ways, they make stunning houseplants.
Winter may not be as active for gardening as the warmer months, but it’s the best time to reflection and setting goals. Now that the calendar has flipped over to January, here are some New Year’s gardening resolutions to consider.
Indoor plants remove airborne toxins and pollutants and purify the air in your home. Find out the best rooms for houseplants in your home.
When you give your indoor houseplants a bigger home, they live longer because they need more space to grow.
Evergreens, citrus and blooming bulbs make wonderful gifts for gardeners during the holidays, but when the carols have faded and the decorations are back in the attic, keeping the plants alive will be a test of your green thumb.
Here’s a secret that gardeners don’t talk about much: we have killed plants. Or, most of us have. Yes, it’s true, our green thumbs were once black as compost, the only difference is, we learned from our mistakes.
Last-minute holiday decorating — including ideas for small spaces — doesn’t have to cost much. It just takes a little time to punch up your decor with our easy ideas.
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.