Entries for September 2008
A dozen plants that can help remove harmful pollutants from your home.
The purple-pink double blooms on this garden mum are about 2½ inches across and they bloom in a cushion shape over the bushy, compact plant.
11 tips to integrate houseplants into your home.
Correct movement techniques help you garden safely and efficiently.
When allowed to decay on the ground, leaves return their store of nutrients to the soil, where they’re reabsorbed by the roots and channeled back to a new season of growth.
Who needs a gym when you've got a yard and garden?
Prairie Gold is on the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum’s GreatPlants list for 2008.
Get into the season with autumn-blooming perennials.
The leaves, not the tiny blue-purple blossoms, of this aster are aromatic—crush or rub them for a somewhat minty fragrance.
Five tools that will make working in the garden easier on your hands.