Light post planters are expensive, but these resourceful gardeners came up with a clever idea for building their own. This is an easy DIY project that you can do at home with only a handful of tools. Read on to find out how.
Cold frames are an easy and economical way to get a head start on your spring vegetable or flower garden. Read on to find out everything you need to know about how to build and use cold frames to grow and protect your plants.
If you planted basil in your garden and all has gone according to plan, by midsummer you’ll have lots of fresh basil luring you in with its minty aroma and threatening to go to seed any minute. Read on for some tips on how to harvest, use, and preserve fresh basil from your garden.
If you just can’t wait until the chance of freezing weather has passed before planting your spring vegetable garden, then read on to find out the secrets of how to give your plants a head start in the garden this spring.
As I inspect and repot my houseplants in early spring, I often find plants that seem to fall “in the middle,” not quite needing repotting but still wanting some attention. In cases like this, top-dressing is a great alternative to repotting, and it’s quite easy. Here’s how.