Whether you have a green thumb or not, it’s easy to maintain a blissful, barefoot-worthy backyard. For starters, avoid these no-nos.
You may want to consider mowing less after knowing what we know.
There’s no getting around it-maintaining a beautiful garden is a lot of hard work. But you can labour more efficiently-and put less strain on the pursestrings-with these brilliant gardening shortcuts.
Container gardening is a great way to exercise your green thumb if you only have a deck or balcony for growing plants. These pretty annuals thrive in planter pots, making them perfect candidates for your container garden.
Ever dreamed of growing your own vegetable garden? From choosing the perfect location to picking what to grow (and how much to water), these simple tips can make a green thumb out of any first-time grower.
The end of summer doesn’t necessarily mean the end of gardening season! Keep your greenthumb supple with these five inspired indoor gardening ideas from expert Carson Arthur.
There are almost 20,000 known species of bee, but some of them fit none of the archetypes people will normally think of when they think of bees. Discover some of the most common myths about bees and see how you can help them.
This summer the lawn doesn’t have to be greener on the other side. With these simple secrets you can create a low-care, golf course-green space in your yard.
Early summer is a time of bounty in any garden: a full canopy of leaves on trees and shrubs form lush clouds of green overhead, and sunny beds boast an abundance of beautiful blossoms. The list of early-summer bloomers is a long one, but we’ve got you covered.
Gardening seems to lose its appeal when the weather turns nippy and rainy. But if you do these simple autumn chores now you’ll save work in the spring and help your garden survive winter.
If you want the lush, beautiful lawn of your dreams, it’s crucial to catch lawn problems early and to address them properly. Here’s how to fix a troubled lawn in nine easy steps.
Not all bugs are pests! Here’s how to roll out the welcome mat for insects that are actually good for your garden.
If you’re going to grow vegetables indoors in fall, winter and early spring, you’ll be starting your own plants from seeds. For successful sowing, remember these pointers, which are also valuable if you’re starting transplants for your outdoor gardens.
Did last year’s crop of home-grown vegetables disappoint? From plant selection to pest management, we’ve got six tricks that will help you grow your best vegetable garden ever.
No backyard? No problem! Use these urban gardening tips to add greenery to even the smallest porch, patio or balcony.
Want to attract birds to your garden? Implement these four garden design strategies to create a haven for our fine feathered friends.
Heal rashes, treat depression and reduce indigestion with these medicinal plants you can grow at home.
Got a design for the perfect garden floating around in your head? Follow these six simple steps to make it a reality.
Teach your children to grow their own food and flowers.
Dust off your green thumb and try your hand at winter gardening with these fun and easy windowsill planting tips.