In the era of COVID-19, gardening has grown in popularity. Families are embracing the bounty of a lush victory garden as they take in some fresh air and enjoy a refreshing distraction in nature.
Composting is a safe and natural way to make your garden grow. It may be your best bet for healthy, delicious vegetables and gorgeous flowers. It's is as simple as collecting organic waste, such
It's been 50 years since a worldwide movement focused on preserving our world and its natural resources began. At the time, leaded gasoline, throwaway consumerism and industrial growth were caus
Gardening is a wonderful way to teach your children responsibility, self-reliance and the satisfaction of achievement. Working in your garden together is a fantastic opportunity to share and have
When travel writer Nikki Webster built a lake house on 2.5 acres last year, she removed all of the grass and put coquina, sedimentary rock composed of sand-size fossil debris, in the front and ba
Whether you're bored of your patio's look or it simply needs a refresh, now's the time to spruce up your outdoor space.
"Investing in DIY cosmetic updates can improve the appeal of your space
Ready to get your hands dirty, meet your neighbors and have fun outside? A community garden could be right for you.
"Community gardens can be life-changing. They help people save money on fruit
These days, grocery stores boast in advertisements that (SET ITAL) this (END ITAL) item is better for you than all (SET ITAL) those (END ITAL) items. With buzzwords such as "organic," "grass-fed
Q: Please do an article on how to get rid of moles. I have lived 20 years at my home and never had a problem. This spring, I paid a wildlife person who only caught one mole. I sprayed mole repel
Dear James: Last winter, I forgot to turn off the water to an outdoor faucet, and the pipe split. How do I install one of the freeze-safe ones, and do they work? -- Kerri J.
Dear Kerri: I think
For years, I tried to grow a decent vegetable garden. It was the high cost of fresh produce -- $3.50 for a few measly, wilted basil leaves; ditto for a pound of somewhat reddish tomatoes or mostl
As adorable as these creatures are, rabbits can wreak havoc on a lawn and garden. Garden centers, home improvement stores and online resources offer commercial products to help gardeners protect
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