If you have a problem with poor drainage, you can correct it with a little work and some simple tools.
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.
Fertilizers give plants essential nutrients to survive and thrive. Learn the basics so you can choose the best fertilizer for your lawn and landscape.
Find tips and instructions for laying out and digging post holes for your new fence.
There are proven methods for reducing and controlling weeds.
A lush, inviting lawn is the goal of many homeowners, but your lawn needs help from you to look its best.
Warm-season grasses grow best in the southern regions of the United States, thriving on hot summers and mild winters.
A properly installed and maintained underground sprinkler system conserves water by directing it exactly where and when it's needed.
Cool-season grasses do best in the northern parts of the United States, where winter temperatures drop below freezing.
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.
Decorative and delicious, herbs bring trendy style to today’s outdoor living spaces.
Ready to get that garden bed started? Here are three tips that will help you build a great one.
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.
Crabgrass can take over your lawn, but a little action keeps it controlled. Learn how to get rid of crabgrass and how to prevent crabgrass from returning.