A water feature is a beautiful, soothing addition to any garden, whether it’s a spacious backyard or a small balcony. You can make a simple water feature in an afternoon, with supplies readily available at your local home center. Read on to find out how.
With the arrival of fall, it’s time to think about some new flowers in your containers and planting beds. The cooler weather may limit your choices, but there are still plenty of plants and flowers to brighten up your porch or planter. Read on for some colorful ideas to enhance your fall flower containers.
If you’ve never tried muscadine or scuppernong grapes fresh off the vine, you’re missing out on a fantastic Southern treat! Read on to find out how to find and pick, or grow your own vines of these native delicious grapes.
Our farm is infested with wire grass. Next to poison ivy, it’s probably the single most insidious weed we’ve got here. Wire grass has to be tracked down and completely killed or removed, and that’s likely to need doing more than once. Read on to find out how to deal with wire grass in your yard.
A program called, Isang Litrong Liwanag, which translates to “A Liter of Light,” has brought interior lighting to slums throughout Southeast Asia by using empty one-liter soda bottles to create roof-mounted solar skylights. This is DIY ingenuity at its very best! Read on to find out more.
[Sponsored message from JELD-WEN Windows & Doors] Doors are a prominent feature in nearly every room of a home; and yet, interior doors are often overlooked as an opportunity to make a major difference in a home’s overall look and feel. Read on to find out more.