A brief look at what home automation means and Lowe's with some tips for creating your own smart home system.
Our short quiz helps you figure out where to start in home automation: home security, home safety, energy savings or care monitoring.
Autumn is a glorious season in Midwestern gardens. Pull on a jacket and enjoy the bright flowers, sparkling berries, and the harvest of cool-season vegetables.
Discover some great ways to enjoy birding in your own backyard.
Beckon birds to your yard by adding a birdbath and seeking out plantings that will provide food or shelter for your avian friends.
Learn how to attract birds by putting out seeds and also by growing the plants they like to eat in the Southeast
The sight and sound of birds in your yard can be uplifting and joyous. Here are some easy tips to attract biords to your garden.
Use flowers, trees, and other plants to attract birds to your yard.
Have a variety of food available to attract birds of all types. Here's a guide to what types of feed and feeders birds enjoy when cool weather comes.
Every garden needs a birdbath, and it doesn't have to be fancy. Make your own garden birdbath using three terra-cotta pots and a saucer balanced on top.
After accidentally growing gourds instead of cucumbers, Katie channels her inner Picasso and creates birdhouse gourds as garden gifts.
Celebrate urban birds by planting fruits they like to eat. Here are 5 fresh planting tips to attract robins to your Mountain region backyard.
Create a stylish garden focal point that also pleases our fine feathered friends.
Create a buzz with these bumblebee and ladybug birdfeeders made from repurposed paint cans.