It’s cold. It might be snowing. You might be in the midst of a messy thaw. But you can’t deny the sun is moving north, and the days are getting longer. Garden season is not far behind! Brush off...
The weather is warming up, and you are probably eager to get outside in the garden. But while you've got planting on the brain, wait for a spring rain to tackle your indoor plants as well!
Just like we slow down in winter, so do our houseplants. Thriving in summer, they are subjected to low light levels, short days, dry heated air, and a chilly house in winter. As their growth...
If you need a change from the glitz and glare of lights and shiny ornaments, decorate with materials from nature this holiday season. Soft, subtle colors and textures are festive and relaxing.
Do you think of an indoor winter garden as pots of aromatic herbs on a sunny windowsill? Does that feel kind of limiting to you? Well, you can do a lot more than that!
More than likely, your garden has been hit hard by frost now, ending the season. It’s time to look forward to the quiet and reflection the winter months provide.
Healthy soil is the basis of organic gardening, and compost, or humus, is the basis of healthy soil.
Now more than ever, we need to be aware of and implement drought tolerant landscaping. Rain cycles aren’t predictable anymore (unusual droughts and flooding), and neither are temperatures....
July is for weeding (as well as these 3 other tasks)! The heat comes on, and the plants love it. All of them!