Houseplants, Amaryllis and Paperwhites bring us joy through the winter months. When gardeners can’t dig in the soil to plant, we get creative! There are a handful of things you can do on your own to garden indoors. Continue Learning
The Complete Beginner’s Guide to Peperomias (Plus Popular Varieties)
Peperomia plants are grown for their beautiful ornamental foliage and the shape and habit of the plants will vary widely depending on the species. Some are trailing with small leaves, while others have larger leaves with a stiff, upright growing habit.
Create Your Own Zen Garden: Why and How To
Are you having a hard time channeling your inner Zen? Peace and tranquility may feel in short supply these days, but gardening elecates mental health and provides a great escape from relentless new cycles and the stressful state of the world.
It’s Time to Throw Away All The Rules Of Container Gardening
Who hasn’t wished they could plant beautiful container gardens like the pros? You walk through your local garden center and see container after container of perfectly coordinated plants. They seem almost magical.
Create a Pretty Backyard without Planting
A backyard is so much more than the perennials and trees. You can create a sensory oasis without digging or planting, but by creating enticing pathways, creative edges, adding fountains, and more. Here’s a list of DIY ideas to bring your backyard to life!
How to build a Rock Garden
In a rock garden, rocks are not merely part of the hardscape but bring unique beauty of their own to the garden. They’re another element you can blend in with your flowers.
How to Keep your cactus looking sharp in winter
Cacti are some of the most intriguing houseplants you can grow. With tough spikes, smooth skin, and blossoms coming out of nowhere, their personalities are unlike any plant we’ll find in Illinois.