One of the biggest trends in housing development is the wellness community. These neighborhoods are built with the express purpose of helping people connect with their neighbors and nature, and to promote personal health and well-being. Even if you don't live in an idyllic wellness community, you can adopt some of their strategies and create a home that...
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If you were born without a green thumb, you might shy away from live house plants and opt for plastic faux plants or nothing at all. But you d…
Your yard and garden are much more than just a strip of grass and plants. They create the backdrop for your home. A well-designed landscape is a delight to see each time you drive up to your home, and the curb appeal of a beautiful landscape can really set your home apart.
Much like flowers, some trees can grow in only specific types of soil.
Trees can be packaged and sold in many different ways depending on where you get them from. Make sure the tree's roots are in good condition b…
All-America Selections celebrates 86 years of testing and introducing improved flowers and vegetables.
Most gardeners have a favorite salvia, and it’s no wonder! The Salvia genus is huge, with over 700 unique species, both culinary and ornamental types, plus annual and perennial life cycles.
Each year the National Garden Bureau designates one bulb or bulb-like plant to highlight and this year’s featured plant is dahlia. The dahlia genus was named by the Madrid Botanical Garden for Andreas Dahl, a Swedish botanist and student of Carl Linnaeus.
I have some gardening tips that can potentially save you lots of money this spring.