If you want your 2021 garden to be the best and brightest botanical masterpiece you’ve ever achieved, well, you better get cracking on this January gardening checklist!
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We are seriously swooning over these cool new garden and houseplant trends for 2021. Stay ahead of the curve with these innovative, exciting design ideas for the utterly plant-obsessed.
Camellias aren’t into subtlety—they make a bold statement, with glossy evergreen leaves and luscious blooms that last for up to half the year! Take a look at the pretty varieties you can grow here in Houston.
It’s always good to have some simple, delicious holiday baking ready to serve guests and surprise visitors. These sweet treats from the garden look almost too beautiful to eat!
Not only beautiful and festive, poinsettias are easy to take care of, so you can worry less about keeping your decor alive, and more about keeping the Christmas spirit alive, instead!
For those who love interior design but are a bit non-committal and afraid to pull the trigger on permanent changes, Christmas decorating is the perfect activity to get creative! Here are our favorite Christmas tree decorating trends for 2020.
Christmas cactus are some of the most beloved holiday plants, and some of the most unusual. Here’s how to keep yours thriving for years to come!
Impatient gardeners, take note: paperwhite bulbs can be forced into growing super duper fast, so you can enjoy fresh blossoms in a matter of weeks!
Don’t break your back pulling lawn weeds! Pre-emergent herbicides are the solution for saving yourself a season’s worth of hassles—here’s how.
We know it sounds crazy to be thinking about winter already—fall only just began! But by following these simple guidelines for pre-winter lawn care, you’ll prevent all sorts of issues from appearing in spring.