A little effort planting bulbs in autumn will be rewarded in spring with the first bursts of glorious color and the promise of the blooming cycle to come.
Mosquitoes thrive in wetlands, ponds and puddles --- anywhere that water is allowed to stand. Here are a few strategies to protect yourself from the annoying bites and potentially deadly diseases that they carry.
Once known as "Love Apples", tomatoes have outlived their checkered reputation to achieve a place of respect and reverence in the cornucopia of late summer's bounty.
Beware the promise of "natural" landscapes, there is still plenty of maintenance involved in tending a "Back to Nature" garden.
The freedom lawn is a rethinking of our current obsession with manicured, over-tended lawns.
Ticks - and the Lyme disease they can carry - are a danger to humans. Here's how to limit exposure to ticks and lower the risk of Lyme disease.
Flower shows are a great place to get inspired and learn more about gardening and growing flowers.
Maintaining a healthy growth of perennials in the garden is easy to do, provided you follow a few important steps.
Why was mid-May chosen for Mother's Day?
Take extra precaution to ensure that dangerous bugs like ticks and nuisance insects like ants do not spoil your spring fun.