Make Your Yard Friendly for Wildlife!

By Melinda Myers | Photos by Melinda Myers~ We love watching bunnies hop across the lawn or ground squirrels scurry with a cheek-full of seeds — until

Tips for Your Seed Starting Success

By Melinda Myers~ You ordered some or all of the seeds to start your garden, and they are beginning to arrive. Make the most of your investment with a

Four Easy Holiday Season Gardening Trends

By Melinda Myers~ Whether you want to stand out at holiday gift exchanges or give beautiful gifts throughout the year, these low-maintenance gardening

Grow Frilly, Bold, and Unique Amaryllis in Your Garden This Winter

By Melinda Myers~ When the squirrels start storing nuts for winter, it’s time for gardeners to prepare amaryllis bulbs for the dreary months ahead.

Allium ‘Purple Sensation’ |

Plant Now for a Colorful Spring Display

By Melinda Myers~ It’s already time to think about spring! Fall is the time to plant daffodils, crocus, alliums, and other spring-flowering bulbs, so

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How to Organize Garden Tools

Bring order to that garage or shed! By Tammy O’Neil ~ Ready to start digging in the dirt and planting in the garden? Getting organized begins with a

Safely Manage Insect Pests in Your Gardens

Your plants will reward you beautifully By Melinda Myers ~ You plant and tend your garden to enjoy a bountiful harvest and beautiful blooms. And yet,

Get Your Gloves On For Gardening

By Sue Mintz ~ There are many health benefits to getting a little dirt under your nails. US News and World Report reported that growing your own garden,

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