Killing pests around your home or in your garden is easy, but a lot of commercially available solutions are hard on human and pet health. Fortunately there are alternatives you can use that are better for you.Read Full Story
Your garden is in its full blooming glory. Unfortunately, a couple of weeks from now, all those blooms will probably not look so hot. Fear not. There are a few things you can do to keep the blooms coming. Follow these tips and tricks to extend the flowers on your plants.Read Full Story
What happens when you want to try your hand at gardening but don't have a yard? For those urban dwellers, and even for those of us who don't feel like going outside, these indoor gardening hacks are the perfect compromise.Read Full Story
If you have a cat or plan to have a cat in the near future, it's good to prep your house just as you would if you were having a baby. While you may already know to hide your favorite shiny earrings, you may not know that the flowers on your coffee table could do your feline friend serious harm.Read Full Story
Growing your own food is cheap, sustainable and having the plants around spruces up even the dreariest room. Here are 11 edible plants that are super easy to grow inside or outside, in cities and suburbs, regardless of your past gardening disasters. As a bonus, they can all be used in your next salad.Read Full Story
Fresh fruits and vegetables always taste better, but not everything is freshly available. While you can't grow all your favorites at home, you can grow tomatoes. They're not difficult to maintain, and your entire family can enjoy juicy, freshly grown tomatoes in no time.Read Full Story
Do you prefer the "dark side" of things? If your wardrobe rivals the Dark Knight's, then I have good news for you. There are plenty of plants and flowers that fit your Goth style. If Batman had a garden, he would have these dark beauties growing in it.Read Full Story
Did you know that first impressions are formed in less than 30 seconds? When you invite friends and family to your home, the front-door entry is often the first thing they see. Make a big impact with a charming planter at the front door to greet your guests.Read Full Story
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