Decorative & versatile, vintage flower pots & planters are fun to use & collect.
Gold Leaf gardening gloves are the best I've used. They offer long-lasting, outstanding protection and comfort. They also allow the dexterity gardeners need when weeding, pruning, harvesting, potting or doing any of the...
Free seed? It's not too good to be true. You CAN get free seed--without writing a check, providing credit card information or sharing your own seed. Here are 5 sources for really free seed. Really.
Mold, mildew, insect debris--all sorts of things can lessen the beauty of gorgeously barked specimen trees like sycamore, birch and lacebark elm. With two ingredients and a little time, you can easily and safely wash...
Many of you saw my garden last swaddled up in old comforters, blankets, flannel sheets, old towels and anything else that came to hand in my hub Freezing in Florida, I have complaints. Then you may have visited again in...
Our wild growing Tuscany fig trees produces pounds of ripe juicy fruit every day and provides shade. You don't have to prune the tree, it like lots of sun and space. The roots are long, meddlesome and cause damage...
Home Garden Year In Review 2014
There is a vibrant culture of insects right in your backyard! Let's explore some interesting insects in your Midwestern garden!
When do you know that spring has finally arrived? Is it the first robin, the blooming crocus, the spring peepers, the Cherry Blossom Festival?
This quick overview of the Japanese art of flower arranging explains three basic differences between traditional Western floral arrangements & ikebana.
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