Before you yell “Ew!” and run away, give some bugs a second look! These 10 bugs are good for your greens, also known as “beneficials,” and can be used in place of harmful pesticides. Check out this list of your greatest allies in the garden:
Whether we like it or not, fall (and winter) are just around the corner. The days are getting shorter and the weather is getting colder! As the seasons pass, your yard and garden have different needs in order to keep them strong and healthy. Here are just a few tips you can do in the
As the cold, dark days of winter begin to fade behind us, the excitement and joy of spring can get us leaping outside before the yard is ready for full-on maintenance. With these ten simple ideas, you can start checking things off your to-do-list and getting ready for spring!
So all you’ve got is a patch of grass and a dilapidated bunch of plastic chairs? Make more out of your outdoor space by creating a place where you and your family and friends can relax and have fun together. Check out this list, see the potential in your backyard, and get planning!
We all know that plant markers are essential to keeping your sanity in the garden, but who says they have to be boring? Check out this list of creative plant marker ideas and get inspired in your garden!
While it can be nice to have a flat and simple backyard, sometimes it’s fun to spice things up a bit and landscape. However, it can be hard to figure out what to do and how to do it. Here are some fun and beautiful ways that you can landscape your backyard and get it
Nothing’s worse than getting so excited about gardening and being outside in the sunshine that we forget common gardening rules and make unfortunate blunders. While some mistakes are easy to come back from, it’s never fun to have to spend time correcting problems instead of taking care of your plants. Here are seven simple gardening
While we often jump at the opportunity to start a garden when the sun comes out and the birds start singing, it can be an overwhelming and disheartening experience. Most gardens, when they emerge from a frozen slumber, are haggard, messy, and in trouble. If your garden is like that, or if you just want