Learn how to combine plants in your apartment garden for color, texture and ease. Consider bringing annuals, perennials, herbs, vegetables and succulents, all in cheery colors, to your balcony or patio while the weather is warm. In winter, many of the plants can be moved indoors.
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Play with your plants when you create a container garden full of succulents and whimsical treasures. Follow our step-by-step instructions for a succulent garden in a planter.
Give your cacti and succulents a beautiful planter. Make this stylish DIY tile planter in a few easy steps.
For an organic harvest, all you need are the right ingredients to grow a natural, good-for-you container garden.
Keep mosquitos away from your next gathering and provide protection for all your guests with this mosquito repellent station.
Get tips and ideas for throwing a patriotic picnic for a festive Fourth of July celebration.
Make a soil bag garden in three easy steps. Soil bag gardens work well in any space, including balconies, patios, decks and porches.
If space is an issue for a garden, or even if it’s not, try a small-space garden for edibles in a soil bag. It’s an easy solution and self-contained.
Learn how to make rustic planters for succulents. These rustic hypertufa planters make great gifts, including for moms.
While severe floods can devastate your home and property, minor floods can also cause a great deal of damage in your lawn and garden. Read on for ways to recover your yard after a flood.
Repot your houseplants and give them space to grow. When you give your indoor houseplants a bigger home, they live longer.
With just $20 in PVC pipe and fittings, you can build a seed starting station for grow lights. Give your vegetable seedlings the best possible start when you grow from seed indoors.