TREE HOUSESHouzz Call: Show Us Your Well-Designed Treehouse or Tree Fort!
Got a great treehouse or tree fort? We want to see it! Post yours in the Comments and we’ll feature the best in a future articleFull Story
FENCES AND GATESA Deer Fence Can Be Decorative as Well as Protective
You need a monster-size fence to shelter your garden from deer, but it doesn’t have to look like a monstrosityFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESHow to Keep Your Citrus Trees Well Fed and Healthy
Ripe for some citrus fertilizer know-how? This mini guide will help your lemon, orange and grapefruit trees flourishFull Story
HOLIDAYS10 Ways Your Christmas Tree Can Live On After the Holidays
Learn how to recycle your Christmas tree and reap benefits for the environmentFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESYes, You Can Grow an Edible Garden on a Hot, Dry Site
Difficult garden spots don’t need to deter you from planting trees, herbs and other delicious food plantsFull Story
OUTBUILDINGS12 Fun Backyard Forts Grown-Ups Can Love, Too
Kids might use them for secret meetings, but the word is out on these tree houses and playhouses that consider adult design tastesFull Story
HOUZZ TOURSMy Houzz: Fitness and Color Pump Up a Dallas Home
A Texas mom brings her work home with a fitness studio amid rooms energized with color and charmFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESPlant Black Cherry Trees for the Birds and Bees
Plant Prunus serotina in the Central and Eastern U.S. for spring flowers, interesting bark and beautiful fall colorFull Story
URBAN GARDENSDirt Optional: Amazing Air Plants for Wall or Tree
Succulents and air plants are stunning on winter walls — and the Christmas treeFull Story
ARBOR DAY8 Reasons to Plant a Great Tree
Beauty is its own reward, but the benefits of planting the right tree in the right place go way beyond looksFull Story
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