Garden

Home Garden

Foolproof Gardening

If you love eating food fresh from the garden but find growing vegetables intimidating, you should join The Urban Farm Co.’s “Garden Club.” The...

Tried & True Toughies

It’s hard to love plants that die off, never produce or need constant babying. Sometimes you gotta give your plants “tough love,” and let...

Almost any yard can fit a pond

Almost any yard can fit a pond, she says, as long as the pond is set up correctly. Here are Smith’s tips for raising fish in a backyard pond.

Bottoms Up!

Chill out with these delicious cocktails come summer by planting a cocktail garden this spring. BY BECKY GARBER Plant veggies, herbs and fruits this spring for...

Haley’s Homespuns: Talking Tomatoes

If your tomatoes have lots of dead leaves and dried branches, it’s time to prune them to help them keep flowering and producing fruit.

Lawn Lingo: Fall Lawn Care

Fall is the time to prepare your lawn for spring. A lawn expert explains why “green” lawns are greener and what you need to...

Leaf Lore – Leaf Litter Helps Keep Soil Healthy

A whole host of creatures inhabit leaf litter, helping to keep the soil healthy and the cycle of life intact. By Ruthanne Johnson Illustrations by Patricia...

A Garden in Flux

Anchored by something old and many things new, this Mapleton Hill garden has transitioned alongside its owners. By Carol Brock • Photos by WeinrauchPhotography.com If only...

Don’t Cut Corners

When it comes to landscaping, don't neglect the corners in your yard. Here are 10 ways to make corners as welcoming as the rest of your...

Key to a healthy spring lawn is proper care in the fall

Lawn Care Lingo By Amber Erickson Gabbey Lawn care may seem like a summer task, with all the weeding, mowing and watering. But if you want...