Choose these commonly-found house plants that will help rid your home of toxins (and there are many we don’t think of).
This post sponsored by Central Garden and Pet addresses using chrysanthemum extract as pest control
I found these gorgeous plants using the honestly helpful Plant Finder on HGTVGardens, sponsor of this post.
Grow an edible garden with these tips from videos by Armstrong Garden Centers.
Keep your yard pesticide-free by using organic pest control remedies from your pantry.
After the wedding, plant the succulents from the bouquet for a memento that can potentially last a lifetime.
Simple hotel orchid arrangements you an easily replicate at home.
Host a party? Save the leftover beer for snail and slug traps.
You don’t need to nag your gardener to fix or install your drip irrigation. It’s easy to teach yourself.
After battling Giant Horsetail (Equisetum) for several years using various methods, the only thing that killed it was SedgeHammer. See what else we tried.