Caring for plants and flowers in the late fall and winter months can become a chore with temperatures climbing into the 60s and 70s during the day and dipping down into the 20s and 30s at night.
Different soil and light make all the difference in success with plants. I’ve learned that the hard way as this will be the fourth house I’ve lived in in 18 years. Since my husband and I moved into a new condo a few months ago, we are studying what to plant and where.
As fall approaches, it’s time to start decorating for the season inside and outside of your home.
Fall is right around the corner, and that means putting up fall decor such as wreaths.
Keeping bees has become routine for Todd and Cindy Benson. The Savannah. Missouri, residents have been beekeeping for six years.
Summer is still in full swing, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start planting fall vegetables in your garden.
A fresh coat of paint can brighten a room or add depth to your space, and there are certain colors that have become more popular than others.
Birdbaths are inviting to nature and can add simple decoration to your garden or yard.
If you’re cooling off in the comfort of your backyard this summer, an oversize patio umbrella may be the way to go to stay out of the heat while keeping your home chic.
As temperatures rise, it’s important to consider how pests such as raccoons, opossums, prairie voles and moles can ruin your yard and garden.
Looking to add a touch of whimsy to your yard? Try a garden gnome.
Summer is the perfect time to sit outside in your yard and watch wildlife.
The hot summer months usually lead to a lot of amateur gardening in the community, and, unfortunately, one of the biggest unforeseen issues to a novice gardener is the pests.
With warmer weather comes pool season, and for many homeowners that means maintaining an in-ground or above-ground pool.
Summer is here, which means mosquitoes are out and biting whether you’re hiking outside, enjoying a day by the lake or grilling outside on your patio.