Landscaping On a Budget: Inexpensive Doesn’t Mean Unattractive
You may not want to break the bank on your landscaping project, but if you’re patient, your backyard can be as stunning as that of those who paid thousands more.
Adding Annuals for Season-Long Color
Sprucing up your garden with annuals allows long-lasting bursts of color.
Turn unwanted items such as pine needles, coffee grounds, leaves, and fruit peels into compost; you’ll improve your soil and create a rich garden. Create a homemade compost program can both help the environment and provide fertilizer garden.
Herbs aren’t only tasty, they can also be beautiful. Learn how container herbs can add some spice to your home.
The Victory Garden
In tough economic times, a Victory Garden where you grow your own food can save money, and provide some great meals!
How to Garden Through Community Service
If you're a new homeowner, where can you go to learn basic gardening skills?
Keep Cut Flowers Fresh-looking Longer
Whether you are cutting flowers from your own garden or buying them freshly cut from a flower shop, you want your cut flowers to last as long as possible.
Ground Cover for Lazy Gardeners
With all of the options available how do you know what kind of ground cover is right for you?
Three Lawn Chemicals Homeowners Should Know About
Find out about the most widely recommended chemicals to control pests and weeds before you go shopping.
Hole-y Mole-y!: Three Ways To Get Rid of Moles In Your Yard
Tips to make your yard inaccessible or uninviting to moles
Give the borders around your yard a crisp edge with a tool meant for the job
Use Companion Planting To Attract Good Bugs
Something small and wriggly is creeping in your garden, intent on eating every part of your flowers and vegetables. Here are some tips to avoid this.
Garden Plants Can Also Repel Bugs That Bite
You can do less harm to yourself, the environment and your garden by repelling biting, stinging insects the old-fashioned way – with plants.
The Prettiest Low-Care Flowers to Plant Right Now
Which flowers are prettiest is certainly a matter of taste, but some flowers come in so many colors and sizes that anyone can appreciate them. And if they’re low-maintenance, that’s all the better!
Aerate Your Lawn
A simple process that gives the soil in your lawn some much needed breathing room
For Spectacular Color, Try the Crapemyrtle
Among the hardiest of flowering shrubs and trees, the crapemyrtle is a staple of sunny gardens
Five Ways to Prevent Weeds
With five easy steps, you’ll be able to kill invasive weeds and prevent them from taking over your garden.