Learn how to make a self-watering planter from any container with simple step-by-step instructions and video. Self-watering containers will ensure that you have healthy, thriving flowers all summer long!
The no dig flower garden bed method will help you create a beautiful garden right over the grass without all the extra work & unwanted weeds.
5-6 foot size is the “sweet spot” for evergreen shrubs in the home landscape. They’re tall enough to be a substantial backbone planting, but not too large that they dwarf your house and block all the natural light.
How fast do boxwood grow and how big do they get? Compare different varieties of boxwood by growth rate, overall size and disease resistance in easy to read charts.
The beginner’s guide to flower gardening- get answers to the questions that you don’t even know you should be asking!
What’s the difference between the garden planning 101 course and the design your 4-season garden course? Comparison chart and details here.
If your new to gardening, you may not even know what a native plant, a non-native plant or an invasive plant means! And, to be honest, I didn’t know either when I was new to gardening. While I’m not an expert on the topic, I believe that it’s important. That’s why I’ve educated myself to understand the differences. And, I hope to break this down for you in a simple way and also provide you some resources to continue your research and understanding of native vs. invasive plants. First lets just understand the difference between native, non-native and invasive plants on a very basic level. Native plants are plants that belong in the particular region that you live in. That means they grow there naturally,…
Does non-native mean the same thing as invasive? Learn why non-native plants are not necessarily invasive…. and why all invasives are non-native.
Budget-friendly arts & crafts projects for your home garden that you can complete with junk you probably already have laying around the yard.
4 simple ways to arrange flowers and plants in your garden to get that beautiful layered look that you want… even if you’re a beginner!