A pond in the backyard can make for hours of fun for kids and adults alike. Like all water elements, ponds are relaxing and lovely,reflecting . . .
We commonly celebrate major events with the “snap, crackle, pop” of fireworks – namely momentous occasions like New Year’s or Independence Day, which here in . . .
Ants are a tricky pest – some are harmless, and often they’re a sign of other detrimental pests, like aphids, rather than a problem themselves. . . .
Lots of dads either have a green thumb or else wish they did. So take advantage of the fact that Father’s Day arrives in the . . .
Composting is a thing of beauty, unless it’s not. Many folks run into problems when composting. It’s okay, you’ve come to the right place. Here . . .
My grandparents were farmers and knew how to live off the land. They lived during the Great Depression so they had a “waste not, want . . .
Memorial Day is the long weekend marking the beginning of the summer growing season. That means that it’s a perfect time to set out plants . . .
Soil quality is one of the most important (and most commonly overlooked) aspects of gardening. Understanding the kind of soil you’re working with will go . . .