Lawn & Garden

10 Edible Flowers to Grow, Cook and Eat

Want to wow your guests at cookouts this summer? Then try serving up your meals with edible flowers! There are many edible flowers that make great additions to your favorite recipes, from garnishes to seasonings to the main course. Read on to find out more.

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DIY stepped plant container display rack made from stair stringers.

How to Make a Container Garden Display Rack

It takes just 6 steps to make this cute container garden display rack! Here are the instructions.

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Houseplant on fireplace mantel.

Beginner’s Guide to Caring for Houseplants

Growing houseplants is a great way to start gardening while enhancing the beauty of your home. Like any other gardening endeavor, indoor gardens can be as simple or elaborate as you would like. Here are some general guidelines to help get you started.

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Flowers blooming

March Lawn & Garden To-Do List

March marks the arrival of spring, but depending on where you live, freezing weather can persist well past the official start of spring. Read more to find out how to get your lawn and garden ready for the upcoming growing season.

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Joe Truini root remove

A Simple Tool to Remove Roots

Joe Truini shares a Simple Solution for removing roots in your yard.

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Which Pest Left That Mess: A Guide to Find the Culprit

Would you know how to identify common household pests by their damage? Read this guide and you will!

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Newly planted spring vegetable garden.

How to Determine Spring Planting Time for Your Garden

Determining when to plant in the spring can be harder than predicting the ups and downs of the stock market. Part science and part superstition, deciding when to plant is the biggest decision of the year if you farm for a living.

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When Hummingbirds are Migrating to Your Area

The arrival of the hummingbirds is one of the highlights of spring. Most years, they surprise me, zipping around the yard before I’ve even thought about hanging out my feeder. As spring moves northward, so do the birds, following the above freezing temperatures and spring blooms. Here are some resources and a handy chart to help you get ready for hummingbirds in your yard.

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