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Deck the Halls with these 12 Plants

Deck the Halls with these 12 Plants

Holiday plants bring the smells and colors of the season to your favorite spaces, be it under the mistletoe, next to the Christmas tree or ...

Fresh Herbs to “Spice Up” Thanksgiving

Fresh Herbs to “Spice Up” Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, no need to add extra spices to your shopping list. We’ve rounded up the best, easy-to-care for herbs to take your favorite dish, ...

Double, Double Pests in Trouble

Double, Double Pests in Trouble

Halloween is around the corner, meaning it’s time to be on the lookout for creepy crawlers attempting to escape cooler weather in and around your home. Learn ...

Deck the Halls with these 12 Plants

Holiday plants bring the smells and colors of the season to your favorite spaces, be it under the mistletoe, next to the Christmas tree or draped across the fireplace mantel. For the happiest and most festive holiday yet, here are 12 plants that can add ... Read More

Fresh Herbs to “Spice Up” Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving, no need to add extra spices to your shopping list. We’ve rounded up the best, easy-to-care for herbs to take your favorite dish, cocktail and seasonal soirée to the next level. Sage Sage is a staple for any chef when it comes to poultry. ... Read More

Double, Double Pests in Trouble

Halloween is around the corner, meaning it’s time to be on the lookout for creepy crawlers attempting to escape cooler weather in and around your home. Learn to vanquish some of the most common fall pests with trusted products and tips from the pros, below. Halloween Beetle: Don’t let the ... Read More

How to Spot Garden Myths vs. Facts

The fall season’s mild temperatures make for the perfect opportunity to refresh your outdoor space. There’s a lot of information out there, so we’re here to help you spot garden gimmicks and find products and solutions that will actually benefit your home & lawn. We share the facts ... Read More

Head Back-to-School with Simple Garden Projects

Back-to-school season means new curriculum, school supplies and afterschool activities, but it doesn’t have to mean giving up quality time with your kids. Teaming up on simple home & lawn care projects like gardening can be a fun way to stay connected as summer comes to an end.   Here ... Read More

Your Moon Phase Guide to Planting Success

Beginning a new garden project can be intimidating, but according to sources like the Farmer’s Almanac, achieving your garden goals can be as easy as looking to the night sky. Gardening by Moon Phases may be a growing trend, but it has been used by farmers and gardeners ... Read More

Scope Out the Pests Harming your Dream Garden

Your gardening hard work provides tangible payouts, including therapeutic benefits and an aesthetically pleasing outdoor space. So, what can you do to protect this reward from unwanted pests? When identifying and treating garden pests, it’s important to note your region may be more susceptible to certain pests ... Read More

Plant a Bee-Friendly Garden

With more than 75 percent of flowering plants in need of pollination, it’s important to know how you can support pollinator health. One way we can attract pollinators, like bees, to our own backyards is by creating an inviting habitat for them to thrive. In ... Read More

Hit the Natural Turf Running

Imagine this: a perfectly manicured field, the day is just warm enough and a soccer ball is at your feet. The ref blows the whistle. You watch as the ball slides perfectly across the top of the grass. Game on. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of real ... Read More

Don’t Bring Home an Extra Camper: Tips to Keep Kids Bug Bite-Free

As summer approaches, parents are quickly planning their kid’s summer activities. For many, this includes packing their bags and heading to summer camp – the ultimate place for scavenger hunts, swimming, and other fun outdoor activities. But, campers may meet more than a new bunkmate ... Read More

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