Leafy greens are an essential part of a healthy diet, often called by nutritionists the number one food to eat for a healthier lifestyle. They deliver plenty of vitamins, minerals, fiber and plant-
With the oppressive summer heat past in many regions of the country, now is a wonderful time to fill your garden with fragrant, flavorful herbs that enhance your home cooking, salads, autumn barbec
Slugs are a perennial problem for home gardeners, and they are especially troublesome after a cool, wet spring.
Preferring cool, moist hiding places during the day, slugs emerge at night to feast
If you notice a large number of 'little branches' growing upward from the older, established limbs of the trees in your yard and landscaping, that's likely not your plant growing new limbs. Instead
After a large landscaping project that utilized flat or round stones, such as the building of a landscape wall, rock wall border, stone patio, waterfall or koi pond, you might find yourself with a
Winter is a perfect time to sip hot chocolate, watch old movies and enjoy the company of family and friends (indoors). It also happens to be when most people pay little attention to their lawn, the
Q: It is finally getting cold outside, and I have begun moving my houseplants indoors. I have a couple of orchids that were out for the summer, and they occasionally fell off the shelf they were on
You may be looking forward to a respite from mowing the lawn and pruning the hedges during the winter. But before you close the shed door on your gardening chores, make sure your tools are cared fo
Not even the best faux greenery can compete with the lush boughs and subtle scent of living pines and firs. With proper care, living Christmas trees can offer this enjoyment long after the last pre
Fall is the ideal time to transplant bushes and shrubs because that's when they're not in bloom.
"In areas with colder climates plants go dormant, meaning their growth slows and planting or replan
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