The future of gardening isn’t just bright – it’s smart, too. In fact, smart-lighting products can even now transform your garden and other outdoor spaces. Here are three smart ways to light your garden.
People have long associated the technology with growing cannabis. In fact, just saying the word hydroponics will induce smirks in a great many folks. But now, many hydroponic gardeners grow produce like bell peppers, lettuce, and tomatoes from the confines of their homes.
What types of grass do people around the world grow on their lawns? Here are some of the most common lawn grasses of the world.
Love-in-a-mist is a charming, old-fashioned flower that blooms white, pink, purple, and – quite famously – blue in spring and early summer. Here’s how to grow them.
You can allow beneficial amphibians and reptiles a safe place to shelter during winter by building a hibernaculum. Here’s how.
Certain plants have always been associated with good fortune. Here are a few that just might bring your home some luck this year.
If you have a garden, now’s the moment to rethink your outdoor space with the same decorative attention you give your living room.
Your indoor plants are vulnerable to all but a few of the same pests that trouble plants in outdoor gardens. Here’s how to prevent an infestation.
Because succulents have adapted to harsh, dry climates, they have unique watering requirements.
The end of the cool season does not mean an end to the gardener’s labors. Here are six gardening chores to accompolish this summer.