Tutorial on starting seeds indoors to get a jump on the gardening season.
A complete gardening to do list for November, including your Backyard Chickens and Honey Bees.
Learn how to make these cool succulent planters from upcylced plastic water bottles with an easy step-by-step tutorial!
This article describes two approaches to composting for soil-building: a casual method and a more precise method.
Just one year from being transplanted the arbutus is showing fuzzy new growth.
Using stones and miscellaneous pieces of scrap cement found on our property, we built stairs up a steep slope to our property line.
Mirrors on the garden fence helped reflect light and coax delphiniums to thrive in this shady side garden.
To obscure some pipes below the front porch, I used a concrete bench and river pebbles to make a cozy, welcoming area.
Now you don't. It is very hard to have privacy in the city, but an old jib from my husbands sailing days came to our rescue.
Are you thrifty? Do you hate to add to landfill sites? Then come and take a look at what I did with an old tv tower.
Who needs Florida for Spring break when it's 85 degrees in Wisconsin on March 22 and the first day of spring?
A guide to planning the type of garden that you want to design in your home with attention to elements crucial to plants' growth.
Everything you need to know to make a stone bird house for your home or garden.
When I saw these pedestals at a friends garden, I was inspired to build my own using scrap materials that I already had.
Spring is well on its way and the garden is bursting back into life, so its time to get it all clean and tidy at the start of another year!
Bring Spring in a little early this year and learn how easy it is to force branches and bulbs to flower and bloom indoors!
What to do after the seeds sprout - to get them off to the best start.
Adding charm to a backyard greenhouse using a few unexpected items, such as plastic garden edging and candelabras!
The stone wall is finished ready to be the hardscape for whatever we choose to plant around it. This one is fine for sitting as well!
In our garden there were many existing structures, this post explores how we adapted them.
Use repurposed household items to make a beautiful garden chandelier.
A dry stone wall can be a fun garden project. We are addicted to them at the Stone Wall Garden.