Bugs have few natural indoor predators. It's here that their populations explode and cause real harm to our houseplants.
There is no better way to brighten up a shady spot than by planting hostas.
With just few simple steps, you can grow healthy roses.
After the construction crews have gone and the debris have been cleared from the building site, homeowners have to turn their attention to a new quandary—how to turn a muddy lot into a lush lawn.
While it's true that some rose varieties require extra effort to grow their best, there are others that are as carefree as many other popular garden shrubs.
One of the joys of summer is making time to read technical journals and publications that pile up on the floor that have been saved for these less hectic, lazy days to get new understandings of how gardens grow.
Get your roses off to the best possible start by choosing their growing site carefully and then planting them using the techniques most suitable for your climate. Bare-root rose plants -- those sold without soil -- offer the best value and grow quickly after planting.
Mowing is the most important determining factor of a lawn's appearance. Not only does it keep grass from becoming too long and unsightly, it keeps it full and healthy.