The gardening season doesn’t have to end when it gets cold. There are plenty of gardening opportunities for the autumn and winter, especially if you know where to look. With the right planning, you can grow vegetables throughout the entire year.
How do you know what the right fence is for your home, and more importantly, what’s the right fence for your family? Since no two families are alike, there’s no right answer. But armed with the right questions to ask, you can find out what kind of fencing your family needs, and what will work best for everyone while they’re playing outside.
We’ve got a problem. Maintaining our current path is a dangerous game, especially considering that certain parts of the U.S. are experiencing historical water shortages. But asking you to pave over the begonias isn’t the right course of action either. Instead, there are some ways to minimize water usage by using certain plants, irrigation and landscape tactics. This method, called xeriscaping or drought-resistant landscaping, can protect your pocket book while simultaneously looking after the world’s most valuable resource. In other words, you should check this out.
Summer is right around the corner – don’t get caught with your plants down! Here’s a list of garden tools every homeowner needs to keep their garden looking beautiful.
It seems like you can’t blink these days without someone extolling the virtues of urban farming. What we think of as urban farming today has its roots very firmly planted in the war gardens of World War I and the victory gardens of World War II.
Let’s talk mulch! What kinds are out there? Did you know that mulch covers a lot more than you might have ever known? We’re busting out the rake and breaking open the bag on soil covering and its benefits.
It’s that time of year again when we’re starting to think garden. What flowers will bring us joy? What will our friends and neighbors do to change up their landscapes – and what can we plant to make them applaud? Let’s get our hands dirty.