Entries for February 2008
If you love geraniums' bright colors and long-lasting blooms but want something a little more unusual than the varieties sold at garden centers, why not start your own geraniums from seed?
To help cultivate the budding gardeners in your life, consider these tips from the National Wildlife Federation.
My husband built a 1- by 2-foot propagation box from scrap lumber.
As weather starts to cool, now's the perfect time to store your harvest, boost your lawn, and enjoy the golden months.
Whether you need healing in your garden or you're looking for a place to unwind, the following elements will help bring serenity to your space.
Get the most out of your growing season.
Garnish a favorite dish with these colorful blossoms from your garden.
When it comes to easy growing, versatility, and sheer production, nothing beats homegrown lettuce.
Keep your tomato plants healthy—learn to identify these common diseases and problems.
These tasty berries are easy to grow. Follow these tips.