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.
Cunningly arranged, lushly planted containers bring the joy of gardening to the smallest of corners. Here’s how to start your own container garden.
The versatile organic material is now widely available in processed form for use in gardens. Here’s how you can use coir in your garden.
Ornamental grasses can bring a welcome splash of color, contrast, and texture to any garden.
If you have a panache for elegance and enjoy growing home-reared squash, beans, and tomatoes in your backyard, then a potager garden is perfect for you.
If you’re spending more of your time choosing garden décor or puzzling over lawn furniture, remember that lighting can completely transform a space. Your garden lights do not just brighten dark corners, they affect your mood, as well.
The Japanese Zen garden, also called the Japanese rock garden, is a calming space designed to represent a landscape.
Overflowing with color and sweet scent, window boxes are a legacy from a time when people built their homes on the edge of the street.
Are you looking for something that could spice up your collection of house plants? If you love air plants, there’s an adorable way of displaying them. Turn them into jellyfish air plants and suspend them on air. It’s a fun and cute idea, one to immediately brighten up a space. Air plants do not need […]