Just because your plants live indoors doesn't mean they are not susceptible to insect infestations. If you notice that your little date palm has sprouted new tiny "cotton balls" all over it, you most likely have an infestation. Here's how to identify the five most common houseplant pests and tips on how to get rid of them.Read Full Story
Thoughts of freshly picked veggies or herbs from your garden may seem like a distant memory thanks to the frigid temps and the thick layer of snow that likely covers your garden. However, winter doesn't have to get in the way of your green thumb. Grow your own micro garden indoors.Read Full Story
The holiday season is in full swing, and that means people are lighting up their homes with some gorgeous light displays. Here are six little secrets you'll want to pin now so you can rock your light display year after year.Read Full Story
Gardening doesn't have to stop just because it's getting cold out. There are several flowering plants that show off their blooms when most plants go dormant for the winter. These tough flowering plants are cold hardy and even bloom in the snow!Read Full Story
My kids love to build forts. I like that they use their imagination to make these hideouts. What I do not like is the abuse my furniture and my bed linens have to endure in these endeavors. So, I took it upon myself to build them a teepee in the backyard.Read Full Story
Getting your garden ready for winter is simply a matter of cleaning and covering up. No matter where you live or if you get super-cold winters or not, preparing your garden for cold weather is a necessary task. Tackling these chores one step at a time will ensure that your garden is ready to go come spring.Read Full Story
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