Growing your own garlic at home is simple, but an exercise in patience. It might be a good idea to plant in the fall to get a better harvest, but whenever you choose to plant you’ll be delighted by fresh home-grown flavor making your dishes even better than normal.Read More
Does a shaded part of your yard need a little brightening up? Check out these plants that thrive in dim spaces for a way to add some color and life to those tricky spots in your garden.Read More
Lilies have a reputation for being some of the most iconic flowers in our gardens, with an unmistakable signature look and fragrance. These perennials are universally loved for their extravagant blooms in a dizzying array of colors. One of the most diverse families of flowers, there’s something for everyone to love, and no garden that won’t suit a lily.Read More
If you’ve always wanted a maple in your yard but have stayed away out of fear that these beautiful trees must be hard to nourish, we’re happy to show you just how simple growing a maple can be.Read More
Trees are such a popular addition to homes and yards, and it’s not hard to see why. Poplars and other popular large trees, like oak, fir, crabapple, or dogwood, are not only gorgeous, and elegant, they bring some additional benefits to your home and yard. Bigger trees are key players in your backyard look, but bring home amazing benefits that last year to year.Read More
Aphids are a common problem in our gardens that can come with an assortment of solutions that you can tailor to your home and garden. A bit of basic knowledge about aphids is all you need to prevent them from damaging your plants.
Hedges are an awesome, all-natural way to bring privacy to your home. The beautiful, green foliage will give you the privacy you need without compromising aesthetic. Here are our favorite plants and top tips for creating privacy in your yard.Read More