Moms deserve the spotlight every day, but for this Mother's day, we have pulled together 10 items that the Mom who likes to garden, whether a beginner or a novice, will love. From monogrammed vases to organic body cream, we have you covered.1. Dipped Ceramic Pitcher...
Dying eggs for Easter is a childhood pastime most of us remember fondly, but have you ever tried this with items you likely have in your pantry? If not, it’s worth a try. See how easy it is to get beautiful pinks, yellows, and blues from natural ingredients right inside your home.
How we utilize our outdoor space is a top priority for homeowners again in 2022. We view our outdoor space as an extension of our home, therefore wanting to make our outdoor space as beautiful, inviting and functional as possible. We talk about garden trends that are still going strong from last year and new ways to think about your indoor and outdoor space this year.
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There are vegetables that compliment each other, herbs that repel pests, and flowers that invite bees to work their magic. We have put together a list of companions (or friends) for 7 of the most popular vegetable crops.
After tallying the results, three flowers shined and I am including a bonus idea that may not have been thought of as a gift!
Here are some basic tips for using fresh greenery in your arrangements and some of the most loved types of greenery to consider.
Once you’ve fully carved your design the way you want it, you’ll want to grab that spray bottle of bleach water and give any newly-exposed fleshy areas a spray. After all, we don’t want your happy jack-o’-lantern’s smile to begin shriveling into a frown.
It's pumpkin season! September is a month for getting back into a routine, pulling out the sweaters, and setting out the pumpkins. While there continue to be more and more faux pumpkin options that look pretty realistic, to me, not much beats beautiful fresh pumpkins...
Gardening involves observing plant life and sun exposure, which both decrease high blood pressure. This makes gardening an effective way to counteract the body’s stress response. Gardening is a scientifically-proven way of significantly reducing the stress levels in our bodies. Even if our circumstances are beyond our control, we can choose activities like gardening that encourage our body’s recovery response.
Once you become familiar with your regional weather patterns, climate zones and frost dates take a backseat to observable seasonal temperature changes.
The primary reason a seasoned gardener will use climate zones is to see what new plants they can plant in their landscape, orchard, or veggie garden.
And remember- if in doubt, plant it anyway!
Taking a lesson from P. Allen Smith, here are 3 easy steps to enjoy these beautiful blooms well past their summer prime.
Knowing what to get the gardener on your list can be hard! We have put together a list of 15 items that is sure to bring a smile to any garden lovers face. You may even find a thing or two to add to your own wish list.