Whether you’re trying to transition your garden into less work, or you’re starting from scratch and you want to start off on the right foot, these tips for a low maintenance garden will help you do just that.
It’s tempting to tear out overgrown landscaping in lieu of something new and fresh. But removing mature landscaping can cost you a lot more money and time that you may realize.
These quick win gardening tips for February will give you gardening activities that will improve your growing season without having physically be out in your garden yet (since it’s freezing cold!).
Wondering whether it’s safe to use grass clippings from your lawn to mulch your garden beds? Grass clippings are great for your plants because they help retain moisture in the soil. But, there are some things you should know before using them as mulch.
Everything you need to know to care for beautiful clematis clematis vines – from basic care to pruning, propagation and frequently asked questions.
Learn more about the differences between perennials, annuals, self-sowing annuals and biennials, so you can choose the right types of flowers and plants for your garden.
Not all tulips are created equal. While some varieties lose their luster in subsequent years, here are some tulip varieties that will come back strong in your garden every single year.
How to prune & harvest lavender, rosemary and basil herbs from the garden, plus tips and tricks for how and when to prune, when how to harvest and best ways to dry each.
Wondering if it’s ok to use garden soil in pots and containers? The answer may surprise you!
Purchasing plants online is a great option to get exactly what you’re looking for. But all online nurseries are not created equal. Here are some of the best online nurseries to shop from as well as the one you need to avoid at all costs.