Terrariums a century-old trend of bringing nature inside during the winter, terrarium gardening has had a revival gardeners as of late and would make an excellent gift for the holidays.
There are plants for summer patio entertaining and grandeur fall color. So where is the winter interest in a well-manicured lawn? We say hide the shears until spring to maintain eye-catching interest year-round!
If you suspect a woodpecker has been poking at your tree, read on to confirm the signs of bird damage, and get tips on how to help your tree.
Below, read about the best types of mulch to keep bugs away, and find a few other gardening tips and tricks that deter pesky pests.
Just a little bit of extra care and some annual maintenance can keep your tools clean, safe, and working well for many years to come.
Gardening requires work, and you’ll need a few tools to get it done. Investing in good-quality garden tools that will last a long time will give you far better results than most of the trinkets you see in the infomercials.
All of those fallen leaves in your yard might be the key factor in turning your soil into that black-gold we all strive for. So don’t be so quick to clean them up and send them out to the curb with the garbage cans just yet.
Hostas are among some of the most cherished perennials of all time, creating a lush pallet of bright greens, muted greens, chartreuse greens, variegated greens and creams, and blue greens.
After such a long, cold winter, springtime is a joy to behold. The icy, grey days are mostly finished, and green, sunny days and blue skies are emerging. The sensations of spring are always something amazing to experience. Here’s a little taste of what’s to come.
This is the time of the year to make tough decisions about what will take up residence in the house and what will succumb to the frost.