Thriving houseplants add life to your home during the cold winter months and can be a great way to keep your spirits up. Discover a new houseplant in this list of low-light favorites.
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Orchids are easy. You’ll be surprised how little care these blooming machines need.
Tropical houseplants are easy to grow and will last for years with a little care.
Take advantage of cooler days to maintain your home and yard this fall. Begin with this checklist of fall landcaping chores.
Keep fall annuals looking their best by feeding and deadheading now. This will boost fall blooms and encourage the plant to create more flowers.
Growing wildflowers from seed is easy and rewarding, and an inexpensive way to make more plants. Seeds sown in the fall will give you flowers a few months later.
Sow annual and perennial seeds in late summer and early fall for inexpensive garden color.
Put the garden to bed before winter with fall garden cleanup.
Get ready for an exhilarating display of blooms when the spring bulbs push their way to the surface. Read on for the steps to beautiful bulbs.
Fall is a great time to divide perennials, such as hosta, daylilies and more.
Create an inviting entryway and get curb appeal for fall.
Find out what trees and shrubs are best for your yard. With a new landscape, you’ll want to begin with the trees and shrubs that love your conditions, soil and space.