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7 Great Hacks For Saving Money With A Beautiful Garden

Gardening can be a very fulfilling venture aside from being beautiful. At the same time, gardening can be a financial burden and quite time-consuming.

Garden Maintenance

Fall Gardening Tips and Strategies

Tweet October and November may not be busy gardening months, but there are a few things that need tending and some strategies you can take from this point forward. Perennial

Bed and Bath

Simply Decorated: Your Home’s Bathroom

A zen or “meditative” look to your home can give it the serenity you seek as you escape to your sanctuary. A home that is cluttered can cause much stress while one that is simple, yet ordered can bring forth a much more relaxed mood.

Sun Room

Tips for Styling Your Conservatory

The basic style of a conservatory can make it difficult to decorate properly – you want a space that benefits from the sunlight that typically fills a conservatory, yet doesn’t diminish on rainier or generally gloomier days.

Garden Plants

Growing Tomatoes: Tips and Tricks

Warmer weather means vegetable gardens are taking hold, with peas, radishes, spinach and turnips among the first vegetable to be harvested.

Garden Plants

Urban Gardening and Raised Beds

Its a dilemma that all green-thumbed urban dwellers face: how to make use of limited outdoor space to grow a meaningful garden.


How to Care For a Newly Planted Tree

Planting a new tree in your yard is half the work. The other half is ensuring that it grows and thrives where you planted it.

Home Structure

7 Home Water Conservation Tips

Water shortages have been felt the world over, offering a frightening glimpse locally on what could happen if we do not manage our water distribution network carefully.

Garden Plants

Herb Garden Tips and Ideas

What cook hasn’t seasoned his dishes with chopped, fresh herbs? Rosemary, sage, cilantro and other herbal delights can enhance many a meal, bringing in distinct flavors for all to enjoy.

Garden Plants

Smart Options for Brown-Thumbed Gardeners

Only green-thumbed gardeners have what it takes to produce a varied and massive display of flowers, right? Well, not quite.


Why You Should Hire A Landscape Designer

Let’s face it: your yard is a complex ecological environment, filled with flora and visited by fauna, offering a delicate balance between the natural and the manmade.

Yard and Garden

How to Turn your Backyard into a Dog Paradise

It’s easy and relatively inexpensive to turn your backyard into a doggie paradise. With the right equipment and a little planning, your dog will be entertained for years to come.

Garden Plants

What Everyone Should Know About Poinsettias

Tweet What you think you know about poinsettias may not be accurate or at least should be updated to reflect current information. In any case, if you are planning to

Yard and Garden

How to Get Your Lawn & Garden Ready for Fall

Tweet With summer now behind us, fall is the perfect time of the year to prepare your lawn and garden for the cooler months ahead. This means taking some steps

Yard and Garden

7 Ways to Save at the Garden Center

Tweet If you’re planning a trip to the garden center this weekend, you may have resigned yourself to spending hundreds of dollars on fertilizer, seed, top soil, compost, flowers, plants


You Can Build a Rock Garden

Tweet Homeowners who prefer a natural landscape setting may want to consider building a rock garden. As the name implies, rocks are the centerpiece of this type of landscaping feature,