Keep mosquitoes at bay by planting these 8 plants in your garden!
Spring is almost here, and it’s time to get our veggie gardens started! We’ve got a list of veggies you can plant NOW!
Have you ever wondered how florists get their flowers blue, pink, or green? We’ve got the secret, and all you need is food coloring!
Coffee is not only for drinking! Check out these 10 different ways you can use coffee grounds around your home!
These lavender crafts are so easy to make, and they smell amazing! Make deodorizing disks, essential oil, candles, and more!
We all know that lavender smells great, but did you know that you can also add it to cookies, make tea, and get rid of headaches? Check out these 10 surprising uses for lavender!
The next time you want to toss all those dandelions out of your yard, remember this: dandelion root is known to treat arthritis, hangovers, and cellulite! Keep reading to find out how to harvest dandelion roots from your own yard!
The key to having a successful garden is all in the prep work! Follow along with our tips on how to prep your garden now so it can be ready to go for spring!
Cucamelons have got to be the cutest fruit ever! Easy to grow and maintain, this fruit can be pickled, put in salads, or eaten right off the vine.
Although we may think our garden and yard is safe for our pets, they can still get hurt or get in trouble. Read our 10 tips for gardening with dogs to find out how to keep your pets safe!
Having a waterfall in your backyard is something everyone wants! If you’ve ever been discouraged by the high price, we’ve got a way for you to make your own for cheap!
Terrariums are easy to make and require very little maintenance. Keep reading to find out how to make your own, and take a look at these adorable terrariums you can recreate!
Make a no-fuss home for your herbs and help save the environment at the same time! These self-watering planters are made out of recycled bottles and can be made in an afternoon.
When it comes to gardening, composting is a must! It’s a great way to use up all those food scraps and grass clippings. Here’s how to get started!
These vines are a great and natural way to add shade and privacy to your balcony or patio. Here are 5 fast climbing varieties that will grow in no time!