Know which plants are toxic to your pets before you let them loose in your garden.
As the first official day of spring quickly approaches, the thought of fresh fruits and vegetables comes to mind in anticipation of a new growing season.
Food storage for some items, like dairy products and meat, are no-brainers, but others may come as a surprise.
Fresh cut flowers need special care to keep them healthy and long-lasting.
Whether you only use a few small clay pots or plant large plastic tubs, container gardening is a viable option for many gardeners.
Like many homespun skills, DIY lard is making a comeback.
Though few, February’s gardening tasks let gardeners get a head start on spring planting.
There are simple ways to keep your plants healthy indoors until spring weather begins.
A soil test will provide information about the nutrients as well as the pH level of your garden’s soil.
If preventative steps aren’t taken, frozen pipes can still be thawed even when the thermometer only reaches to the single digits.