Fresh floral crowns have been a popular accessory all over the world for centuries. They were used for weddings, harvest celebrations and to honor deities and champions. There’s no need to wait for a special occasion to create one of these beauties. Grab a bouquet of flowers — we’re making a crown fit for a queen.Read Full Story
Egan Davis, chief educator at the University of British Columbia's horticulture training program, told CBC news that a green lawn isn't all it's cracked up to be. A not-so-perfectly manicured lawn isn't just easier; it's more eco-friendly too, since it takes less water and fewer chemicals to keep it looking nice.Read Full Story
Once the warm weather hits, you’ll want to be ready for the new gardening season. With all the yard work tasks that will need to be done, the last thing you’ll want to struggle with is constantly looking for things in your shed or tripping over your tools. Now is the time to get your shed ready for spring and summer.Read Full Story
Kokedama is a traditional Japanese art form in which moss is used as the container to hold the plants. Although it’s a form of bonsai, you can use any type of plant to make these moss ball gardens. Take some clippings off your overgrown houseplant and let’s ball it up.Read Full Story
With frosty grounds and frigid winds, gardening may be the last thing on your mind. However, spring will come my friends, so we may as well start planning for it. If you don't have a green thumb, these darling little horticulturists may just convince you to spend some time in the dirt this year.Read Full Story
When dogs aren't busy being man's best friend, they're out in the backyard digging up your prize flowerbed with a shifty expression on their face. Lucky for you, there are 10 simple fixes to keep your pooch out of your garden.Read Full Story
Gardening is not just a hobby for your grandmother anymore.18- to 35-year-olds will be the largest age group digging in the dirt this year! As these generation Y-ers start to settle down and purchase homes, they are more likely to tackle DIY projects and spend time outdoors. Here are the trends they're following to have the most happening gardens in the neighborhood.Read Full Story
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
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