There’s no good reason to resist adding some scent to your yard or landscape. Fragrance makes all the difference between seeing a beautiful garden or experiencing it.
Gorgeous Tiled Wooden Planter DIY for Garden Decor #LowesCreator
This tiled planter has the look of a $200 premium, upscale piece. It’s an incredible accent piece with eye-catching, heavy durability. And it cost me less than $70!
Garden Pathways – What to Use to Pave or Cover a Walkway
Gardeners use pathways and walkways in the garden to create space, define boundaries and lead viewers from one area to another. How gardeners use their pathways will impact what types of materials they want to use, and how to design their garden paths. Here are some garden walkway materials and the pros and cons of […]
How to Plant Seedlings Outdoors
This article gives a few basic ideas for hardening off and planting seedlings in the garden. With a little planning and work, you can give your plants the best chance of success.
Learn to Grow Your Own Food from Backyard Gardening Experts – FREE!
If you have ever wanted to grow your own food, or you already do and want to get better, join this FREE online summit April 6-12!
Top 5 Homesteading and Farming Books for Beginners
After reading a couple of books, I feel I now know enough that in a few weeks I’ll be buying less of certain vegetables at the Farmer’s Market.
Fresh Greens In the Winter: Grow Your Own Microgreens
Even throughout the winter, you can have fresh green sprouts for your salads and sandwiches. Grow your own microgreens with these tips and tricks.
Hands-On Ways to Learn About Soil
Here are 12 ways to get your hands dirty and learn about soil alongside your kids.
Planting Perennials, Shrubs, and Trees in the Fall #LowesCreator
As summer heat begins to wane, this becomes a perfect time to assess your garden for the year, and make plans for the next year. Working in the garden becomes fun again, and plants get an almost magical head start when you plant them in the fall. Here’s why planting shrubs, perennials, and trees in the fall can be so beneficial.
Garden Shed Makeover (Or Just Getting One – Both Are Valid)
I HAVE A SHED OF MY OWN! Yes, I was using caps lock – I really AM that excited. I’ve had some lack-of-shed-space issues that were causing me problems around the house lately. Seeds I had started on top of the freezer got knocked over and killed by the dog. And then again by the […]
25 Herbs You Can and Should Grow in Your Kitchen Garden
These are the top 25 easiest to grow herbs that are essential kitchen garden must-haves. Indulge in this herbalist’s dream garden and every chef’s fantasy. As a bonus, all of these herbs have been chosen for their ability to happily grow in containers on any balcony or sun room. 1. How to Grow Aloe 2. […]
Must-Have Garden Tools for Summer Maintenance
Sometimes a gardener just needs the right tools for the right job. Summer gardening is tough enough so make the job easier with these tools. These tools are the must have tools for summer gardening to help beat the heat, fight the weeds and water efficiently.