Lawn & Garden

Clover

Why You Have a Yard Full of Clover

There’s a patch of clover in my parents’ yard that has been there as long as I can remember and is legendary for producing four-leaf clovers. However, if you’re not so fond of clover in your lawn, read on to find out what you need to know about why clover grows and how to discourage it.

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Shade trees

How to Select the Right Tree for Your Yard

Want to fill a blank backyard with something green? First, read our guide on the types of trees often used in home landscapes!

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10 Edible Flowers to Grow, Cook and Eat

Want to wow your guests at cookouts? Serve meals with edible flowers! Add these to your favorite recipes.

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Slugs in garden

How To Control Slugs and Snails in Your Garden

Slugs and snails can be quite damaging to ornamental and edible plants — here’s what you need to know to control them in your garden.

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Molehills

How to Get Rid of Moles in Your Yard

Moles can cause damage to lawns, but there are steps you can take to reduce the problem.

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Daylilies

How to Grow Daylilies, ‘the Perfect Perennial’

If there were a competition for the perfect perennial, daylilies would top the list. Here are some tips for selecting, planting and caring for daylilies.

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Wasp

7 Tips to Deal with Wasps in Your Lawn

Have wasps been buzzing around your lawn or garden? If so, here are some simple ways to deal with them.

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Aloe Vera Plant

How to Divide Aloe Vera and Other Succulents

If you’ve got happy aloe vera, agave, hens-and-chicks, or other clump-forming succulent plants, you’ll soon find that the plants are outgrowing their space and need to be divided. Many succulents are quite easy to divide or propagate — here’s how!

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