Keep your family warm with outdoor heating, including chimineas, fire pits, outdoor fireplaces and patio heaters.
Find out how to safely transplant trees and shrubs in your landscape.
Annual flowers bloom nonstop all season. Here are some standouts to add to your summer garden.
From testing soil to mowing, learn everything you need to know about how to maintain a lawn with these basic lawn maintenance tips.
Brighten your home with great Christmas plants, including old standbys poinsettia and amaryllis and new favorites such as lemon cypress.
Dry soil, cold winds, and other pitfalls can damage evergreens. Here’s how to keep them safe in winter.
If you have a problem with poor drainage, you can correct it with a little work and some simple tools.
A properly installed and maintained underground sprinkler system conserves water by directing it exactly where and when it's needed.
Warm-season grasses grow best in the southern regions of the United States, thriving on hot summers and mild winters.
Thatch is an almost impenetrable mat of tangled, intertwined grass and other material on the ground surface. Removing thatch helps you get the best from your lawn.
Many homeowners put time and money into maintaining their lawns. But there are times when you may want to devote these resources toward getting rid of your grass.
Cool-season grasses do best in the northern parts of the United States, where winter temperatures drop below freezing.
Fertilizers give plants essential nutrients to survive and thrive. Learn the basics so you can choose the best fertilizer for your lawn and landscape.
There are proven methods for reducing and controlling weeds.