|10 Steps to Growing Plants From Seed
Want to start your plants using seeds? Following these 10 simple steps in the gardening process can have you growing plants from seeds in no time.
|5 Reasons To Start Seeds In Spring
Spring is the perfect time to start planting seeds. Growing seedlings at home is easier than you think. Find out the benefits of growing your own seeds and some tips to get you started.
|Bring In the Whole Family – Promote Children’s Gardening
Here’s everything you need to know to start a kid-friendly garden, including great ideas for kid-friendly plants, projects and products.
|Carefree Beauty From Spring-Blooming Bulbs
Growing spring-blooming bulbs is both easy and rewarding. Many bulbs require minimal effort to plant and maintain, and can be grown in existing landscapes. Learn when and how to plant spring bulbs.
|Common Seed-Starting Mistakes
Here are a few of the most common seed starting mistakes. If you’re determined to plant seeds, doing it right will improve your success. Let us help with everything from proper depth to correct timing.
|Cultivate To Stimulate Young Transplants
Get your transplants off to a fast start by cultivating, or simply turning the soil around plants. Whether you’re transplanting edibles, flowers or other plants, you’ll see the results.
|Even Knockout Roses Need a Little Love
Knockout roses are not completely carefree. You still need to protect your plants from rose diseases and insect pests. Here are some of Knockout roses’ biggest threats.
|Fall Garden Cleanup
A beautiful spring gardens starts with a fall garden cleanup. Follow this checklist will help eliminate garden pests and diseases, and you’ll be rewarded with a shorter to-do list next season.
|Gardening In Hot, Dry Weather
Hot, dry weather can stress your roses and flowers. You can’t control droughts or high temperatures, but you can follow these tips to help your plants survive while conserving water.
|Get Your Garden Ready For Winter
Prepare your garden for frosty weather. This simple to-do list can help protect plants, get rid of insects and keep faucets from freezing.