Our Garden Blog
Where our thoughts on gardening and landscaping grow. Join us in conversation.
It's finally time to start the vegetable garden. Sometimes waiting on that feels like waiting on Christmas. Wait no more.
Who doesn't love blueberries? Who doesn't want to grow their own? Read up. It's so easy.
It's frost cloth, bucket, blanket, sheets, tarps, whatever you find time.
March is a busy month in the garden, from lawn care to pruning to mulching. So, let's get cracking.
We pick our battles, growing some plants from transplants and some from seed. From beginner to master gardener, here are 5 herb seeds amazingly easy to grow.
It's ready, get set lawn time. This is your calendar reminder that March is lawn month. Read on for lawn tips and timing for the perfect sweep of summertime green.
Days are getting longer and the weather is spring-like. Is it time to start planting, pruning, propagating yet? Almost. Here's a list of garden chores for the month of February to get you started.
We may not be Southern California, but that doesn't stop us from growing succulents in terrariums, summer containers or using them as houseplants. It's a new world.
What better way to spend a rainy Sunday that getting inspiration from a Pinterest worthy garden. This garden is full of clever and functional ideas, as well a few surprises.
Terrariums Easy Peasy: Enclosed gardens are like secret gardens that captivate our imaginations. Here's a how-to on making the easiest or most intricate terrarium.