Caring for a garden can be a very satisfying endeavor. It also requires a bit of beginner’s knowledge (and sometimes, a bit of luck). Let us teach you how to take care of your garden plants, showing you how to nurture a healthy garden, and avoid the frustration of watching your precious plants wither and die–as you try to figure out why.
A garden is a creative paradise for children, full of earthy scents, colors, birds, and butterflies. With virtually no prior skills, kids can help create that magical world, both through gardening and, of course, garden crafts. Decorating or painting clay pots is one of the best crafts to start with.
Even if you’ve been growing vegetables for many years, you may be repeating the same errors each season without knowing it. To save you a lot of hassle and make your gardening more efficient, check out the top seven gardening blunders and how to avoid them!
Tropical hibiscus plants remind us of the sun and beauty of paradise because they are found growing wild in Hawaii, Mexico,...
Is Your Plant in the Right Spot? Gardenias do best in bright light, but not direct sunlight, such as part shade locations...
Is Your Hanging Basket in the Right Spot? Place your plant in its proper light requirement and heat tolerant area for best...
These maintenance tips apply to most kinds of roses. But the world of roses is vast, and each breed has its own personality. To give your roses the best care, take a moment to find out which ones you’re growing and how they grow best.
As plants start to grow, it’s time to sync into the rhythm of the seasons and set up a gardening routine. We call it maintenance, but we’re not merely maintaining the garden—we’re working to help it flourish.
No matter the size of your container garden, these tips will ensure that your arrangement lasts through the summer!
You can enjoy fresh herbs year-round, within arms reach of any meal, and you don’t even need a garden. Indoor herbs thrive in any kitchen, as long as you have pots, soil, sunlight, and keep a good watering routine. Here are the details for a DIY herb garden!
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