With winter on its way, it's time to think about an indoor garden that you can enjoy through the colder months. Mint is a flavor of the holidays, from candy canes to minty hot cocoa. Grow mint indoors this winter for a fresh, cool flavor you can use in so many ways!Read Full Story
Sunlight is one of the crucial ingredients for plant growth, but, as evidenced by indoor houseplants, the light they receive does not necessarily need to come from the sun. Artificial light from grow lights can get seedlings started and keep plants growing in dark, indoor areas.Read Full Story
When you introduce a new plant to your house, you're also introducing it to your pets. If your furry friends are curious like mine, it will only be a matter of minutes before they are tasting the leaves, and many plants that aren't harmful for humans to touch can be poisonous for animals to eat. Learn what houseplants are the safest for pets.Read Full Story
Growing plants and vegetables in containers is an attractive way to have a garden in a small space or add height and variety to your landscape. The keys to an effective container garden are using the right size containers and providing sufficient drainage.Read Full Story
Caring for a bonsai tree can be a fun and relaxing gardening activity. This age-old Japanese and Chinese tree-shaping activity can be symbolic or hobbyist, and done indoors or outdoors. The best way to set yourself up for bonsai success is to choose the right type of tree.Read Full Story
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