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.
Set a naturally beautiful table with fruit and vegetables from your garden and farmer’s market, embellished with found objects from your home.
It’s hot outside. Take it inside with our roundup of 5 indoor plants you can’t kill.
Add a fountain and you’ll be rewarded with the soothing sound of trickling water.
Spending hours canning extra garden vegetables is not feasible for most gardeners. Instead, try a new take on the process: small batch freezing.
Keep the goodness of the garden going longer by using techniques like drying and freezing to preserve your herbal harvest.
Water restrictions can be frustrating for gardeners who want to care for their gardens. Here are techniques and resources to create a drought-tolerant landscape.
Create a coordinated view from the street to your front door with these ideas.
When you add a decorative rain chain to your garden, it guides water from your gutter to the ground. Its beauty adds to the overall decor of your landscape while providing a way for rain to reach the ground.
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.