Are you looking to impress your friends and family with your gift-giving abilities?
Would you love to give something special this holiday season that you have grown yourself?
One of the best ways to impress friends and family is by giving them a gift that you have grown yourself. As the thankfulness of Thanksgiving passes us by and we move on to holiday shopping, today we are sharing with you how to grow your holiday gifts.
As the weather grows cooler, have you considered growing cool weather herbs? Here are three herbs that are perfect for cool weather. We will cover how to grow them, what you can use them for, and what the health benefits are.
On this Monday before Thanksgiving, we will be sharing with you a list of tips for your garden, landscape and much more for those who live in the Southeast Region of the U.S. There is still a lot to be done even in November.
Composting is one of those things that you know you should do, but it just does not seem practical. I decided it was time to examine how impractical a compost pile really is. In this article, we discuss how to build them and key tips to what makes a compost pile successful.
Would you like a free weed killer that also feeds your soil?
The weather is getting colder, and snow has already fallen here in Michigan. It’s time to make sure our backyards are ready for winter. We’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks for preparing for winter.
Are you interested in growing your own fall decorations?
Recently, we’ve been publishing articles about growing your own fall decorations. The benefits of growing your own fall decorations are endless. Not only will you impress your guests, but you are actually saving money.
Are you looking for ways to save money on your Thanksgiving decorations?
One of my favorite ways to decorate this autumn season is with the items grown right outside our doorstep. Thanksgiving can be costly enough with all the food to buy. Why add to that with decorations when your yard and garden are full of beautiful decorations?
This article provides 9 different decorating ideas. Each idea uses items that you can find outdoors from classic pumpkins and gourds to candled core apples and vases of dried wheat stalks.
Can I still plant spring flowering bulbs this month?
Fall is filled with a number of chores to get done before winter comes. Gardening chores include completing your yard’s fall clean up and adding mulch to garden beds. From landscaping tips to general gardening tips, here are items to add to your to-do list in the Midwest and Mountain Regions of the U.S. for the month of November.
Do you need inspiration on how to design your landscape on a budget?
Landscaping can feel like an overwhelming task, especially if this is your first time. You may find yourself asking questions like, how much should I spend? What are the best ways to save money? Is there a way to reduce my energy costs?
This article will provide those answers for you and more. We have put together a list of 5 ways that you can save on landscaping.