Don’t let your head be turned too much by the promise of a lifetime or other long-term warranty on a garden hose.
Not quite ready for a traditional glass greenhouse? Check out the new array of lightweight mini-greenhouses with tiny price tags to match.
You can have a beautiful garden without a greenhouse. But if you answer “yes” to more than a couple of the following questions, you should consider looking into an affordable mini-greenhouse.
I started it 10 years ago from trimmings from a neighbor’s columnar yew, much to my husband’s skepticism.
It’s tempting to think that a machine might solve all your garden-labor woes—from taming a weed-dominated patch to working in a cover crop to creating a new bed.
There are people who profess that weeding is their all-time favorite gardening task. They swear a Zen-like calm comes over them as they yank, tug, and uproot their creeping Charlie and quackgrass.
Knees are infamous for giving out, so protect them and keep them healthy.
Composting is a little like cooking. Anyone can do it, but doing it well and in large quantities is an art that demands skill and dedication.
It all started with a pickle bucket. As a new homeowner (and yard owner), I got the bucket as a freebie from a local deli.
Call it an “a-ha” moment. As I chatted with a neighbor about how many leaves we’d had to rake that year, she lifted a narrow shrub rake and proceeded to deftly pluck out all the leaves behind her foundation shrubs.