We’re kinda obsessed with tomatoes. Luckily our Houston climate allows us to plant for a second round of tomatoes in the fall, but there are a few key differences between fall and spring planting.
Many of us don‘t quite enjoy gardening as much in the sweltering Texas summer sun. Now that the weather is slightly more bearable, try planting some of these fall favorites that enjoy a little chill as much as you do!
Autumn landscapes are already captivating scenes here in North Carolina. Emphasize the already-beautiful fall foliage in your garden by featuring some of these fantastic blooms and berries!
Searching for something unique to inject energy and vitality into your living space? Look no further than these 6 weird and wonderful houseplants!
These pesky garden pests are a real pain in the grass. Get rid of chinch bugs in a pinch!
The hydrangea has earned a reputation for being, well, a bit of a diva. You might think they’re too finicky to tolerate our Texas heat, but we assure you it can be done! Here’s how to get gorgeous, showstopping hydrangeas blooming brightly here in Houston!
Now, it’s not just for the sake of keeping things organized and tidy. There are actually loads of benefits to creating a square foot garden. But before we get into that, let’s take a look at how to build one.
Composting: it sure ain’t glamorous, but it’s pretty great for your garden, the environment, and even your wallet! Find out how to master the basics of composting in this handy beginners guide.
Hanging baskets need some extra TLC during the sunny summer months to keep them hydrated and healthy. Your hanging baskets will be looking picture-perfect all season with these summer care tips.
If you pride yourself on your culinary prowess, why not combine your love of cooking and gardening by starting your own herb garden?