Lawn and Gardening
Log Splitting 101
Just about every sports coach in America has repurposed that one way or another, but it applies directly to those of us who love a nice, roaring fire in the fireplace when the temperatures start to drop. If you haven’t split and stacked wood all summer and fall, you might not be able to enjoy the warmth of a fire in the winter!
How to Protect Trees in the Winter
While you're making that checklist for the holidays, better add something else. It's time to prepare your landscape for winter. We're not just talking about hauling away the last of the leaves and moving plants indoors.
How to Build a Living Wall
Flowers, foliage, and greenery are more than just ornamental décor — a living wall or vertical garden is a work of art for your house. Whether you design a wall mounted-planter for indoors or build natural fencing for outdoors, it's easy to bring your vision to life.
Hypertufa Garden Pots
Hypertufa pots and planters were initially created for alpine plants, but they're also excellent containers for annuals. These pots are usually made from cement, peat moss, and perlite, but you can also use vermiculite and sand.
Guide for Fast-growing Fall Vegetables
Summer is coming to its end and for those who participate in gardening, it can start to feel monotonous. Not to worry, there is still time to clean your summer harvest and continue to work in your garden with second season crop tending and fast growing fall vegetables!