It’s a wonder cats and dogs can contain themselves at all at Christmastime, with all those climbable branches, swattable glittery baubles, and scented chewable branches! But there are some things you can do to keep your pets (and decorations!) safe this holiday season.
Whether you cut down your own tree or visit one of the many tree lots popping up during the holidays, selecting and bringing home a Christmas tree is one of the highlights of the season. Read on for answers to the most commonly asked questions about how to select and care for a cut Christmas tree.
Decorating, enjoying, and then planting a living Christmas tree can be a wonderful “green” holiday tradition. Living Christmas trees require a little extra attention to acclimate them indoors and to plant them afterwards, but the rewards are well worth it. Here’s what you need to know to choose, care for, and plant a living Christmas tree.
If you have shady spots in your yard that could use some color, check out these seven plants, including hydrangeas and hostas, that do well and bloom in partial sun and shady conditions! Read on to find out more.
Spring is here and with it comes “crape murder,” the common and unnecessary practice of lopping off the branches of a perfectly lovely crape myrtle under the mistaken assumption that it will cause it to bloom more. Read on to find out the right way to prune your crape myrtles.