Tips for drawing birds, bees, hummingbirds and other wildlife to your yard without it becoming a nuisance.
The best ways to protect your houseplants from thrips, spider mites, mealy bugs and other pests.
As you nurture the nature in your yard, be cognizant of the harm pesticides and fertilizers can do to the Earth.
Before you plant, add irrigation hoses or other watering systems to your beds, and plan to keep plants with similar water needs together.
How to build a long-lasting base of nutrition for your plants as the spring planting season begins.
It will ease your mind to embrace the essential elements of gardening: creativity, honest toil and the satisfaction of a job well done.
Also, are concrete blocks OK to use for a raised garden bed, or are they toxic?
Even if you live in an apartment, you can grow and harvest a bounty of produce. Here's how to get an intensive garden started.
Now that we’ve been ordered to stay home, it's a good time to tend to your houseplants.
This comparison of fencing materials and styles will help you make the best decision for your home.
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