Entries for November 2008
This vigorous native vine turns brilliant colors in autumn.
Bring a bit of the wilderness to your backyard without scaring the neighbors with this small native tree.
Combine boughs, pinecones, and a few simple ribbons to create this outdoor holiday decoration.
Get out of your houseplant rut and try these brassy beauties. Their foliage shouts with stripes, patterns, and pretty hues to perk you up until spring arrives.
Let’s celebrate America’s wild turkey!
With some patience and commitment, you can make your poinsettia bloom again next winter.
My African violets have cyclamen mites. How do I treat them?
The Jerusalem artichoke—also called a sunchoke—is a perennial sunflower native to Canada and the eastern United States.
After you mow the lawn, is it necessary to pick up the grass cuttings?
If you’re drawn more toward contemporary designs than traditional decor, here’s a more modern twist using evergreen boughs, dried flower heads, and colorful stems.