Make a dehydrator that taps into the sun’s energy to preserve your garden’s bounty.
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With a few basic tools and precautions you can be well on your way to preserving the harvest from your home garden in no time. We’ll show you how.
A little foresight and planning can mean the difference between spindly, lackluster plants and vibrant additions to your interior decor.
Even if you don’t have a lot of space, you can start your spring garden seeds outdoors.
As part of our Stretch Gardening series, we welcome one of our favorite guest garden bloggers, Chris Van Cleave, to share tips on caring for roses in winter.
Guest blogger Diane LaSauce shows us how to make delicious pesto from kale, a “superfood” packed with nutrients.
Learn how to turn an old terra cotta pot into a stylish lamp with guest blogger Robin Plaskhoff Horton of Urban Gardens.
Don’t have room to add a full cellar in your back yard? We’ll show you how to build a miniature root cellar perfect for storing the produce of a small vegetable garden.
You’ll get a kick out of this project: plant pansies in old rainboots to brighten your garden and stretch its colors into spring.
One of our favorite garden bloggers, Rhonda Fleming Hayes, shares her recipes for delicious, nutritious vegetable soups.
Pennsylvania gardener and blogger Kenny Point shares his top ten suggestions for your winter garden.
Decorate a door with a stunning Christmas wreath made of dried red roses and silk leaves.