My wife, Cindy, and I love to escape the hustle and bustle while sitting around our fire pit on chilly nights. It’s so relaxing, and it feels like a little getaway in our wooded backyard.
In The Garden
Recycling is cool, especially in the garden. See how to transform broken terra cotta pots into a unique garden vignette.
Think outside the box this year and use a festive wreath as the centerpiece for your dining table for a fun holiday look. Check out the four wreaths we created to decorate our tables for the season.
Plant breeders have developed pansies that will actually trail, or cascade, from planters to create a different look in the garden.
With the coming of fall, everyone wants to be outside. Why not make a “room” in your landscape and create a little getaway right outside your own back door?
Save your favorite blooms and stems by learning the art of pressing botanicals.
How to create a one-of-a-kind tool trophy using recycled garden implements, old pots, and watering pails.
Every year ferns are one of our top selling plants, and that’s pretty amazing considering they don’t produce beautiful blooms.
Whether you call them groundcovers, creepers, or spillers, most gardeners are on the lookout for low-growing plants that will cover some ground.
You don’t have to have a large backyard, a tractor, or even a tiller to grow great summer flavors. See which herbs and vegetables Charlie is growing in his planter this summer.
Many plants that look beautiful in the garden can quickly get out of hand and become an overgrown mess.