Proper maintenance is a key ingredient for a long and healthy life for your deck. Now is the time to prepare your deck to protect it from the ravages of winter.
In the spirit of "waste not, want not", autumn leaves, cast off from summer weary trees readying themselves for winter, can become a rich source of nutrients for next spring's growing season. The compost you create today will literally help your garden bear fruit in the months to come. Just follow these five simple steps.
The bulbs you plant in fall reap a profusion of color come early spring. Here are five tricks guaranteed to paint your vernal garden yellow, blue, red, and pink.
Warm days and cool nights flip the switch on Mother Nature's annual display of color. Tomatoes seem to multiply and ripen overnight on the vine. There are technical explanations for these magical phenomena and tricks to make the most of the season's bounty. Learn more.
Although bright red maples and glowing orange sugar maples are what's referred to as "peak" color, the more subtle hues wax and wane throughout the season.