These simple tips will help you conserve water while keeping your garden in tip-top shape.
There are several factors to consider when choosing the best push mower or walk-behind mower to meet your needs. These mowers are effective on 1/2 acre or less.
Create rustic, textured containers from a mixture of portland cement, perlite, and water. Once you master this technique, you can make containers in any size.
Compare the different types of riding lawn mowers so you can choose the best one to maintain your lawn. A riding mower is good for a yard a 1/2 acre or larger.
Using pine straw as natural garden mulch helps to keep down weeds, trap moisture and prevent topsoil erosion.
The size and location of the work area and what you need to cut help you decide whether you need a gas, corded electric or battery-operated cordless chainsaw.
Looking for an easy, inexpensive way to grow vegetables and flowers inside or out? Here's what you need to succeed when you start from a seed.
Learn about the products you can use to build retaining walls, fire pits, planting beds, walkways, patios and other hardscape projects.
Herbs are valued for their culinary and medicinal uses. If you're not already growing herbs, you should think about adding some to your garden.
Relatively easy and inexpensive to install, stepping stone walkways can be a useful, attractive addition to any landscape.
Create an alluring patio or meandering path through your garden with a few, easy steps that can be accomplished in a weekend.
Make a simple backyard beautiful with a paver patio. Learn how to build it yourself and get ideas to personalize your new space.
Learn how to install brick or stone pavers to create a patio or walkway, including designing, sizing, choosing materials, laying the pavers and adding curves.