GARDENING GUIDESHow to Get Your Landscape Ready for Summer Storms
Don’t let high winds, dust storms and torrential rainfall catch you or your landscape by surpriseFull Story
GREEN BUILDINGHow to Harvest Rainwater for Your Garden
Conserve a vital resource and save money by collecting stormwater for irrigation in a barrel or tankFull Story
GARDENING AND LANDSCAPINGWorld of Design: 10 Home Gardeners Show Us Their Sweet Summer Harvests
From New York to Tokyo, these gardeners have turned their yards, terraces and rooftops into places of bountyFull Story
GREEN BUILDINGOff the Grid: Ready to Pull the Plug on City Power?
What to consider if you want to stop relying on public utilities — or just have a more energy-efficient homeFull Story
DECORATING STYLESIs Your Home Ready for a 1970s Revival?
Seventies chic is a trend that’s been brewing for some time, but this year it could hit big — with a few modern tweaksFull Story
GARDENING GUIDESMaximize Harvests With Square-Foot Gardening
This efficient edible-gardening technique can help people who are short on spaceFull Story
FARM YOUR YARDHow to Get Good Soil for Your Edible Garden
The nutrients in your soil feed the plants that feed you. Here are tips on getting it right — just in time for planting seasonFull Story
GARDENING AND LANDSCAPINGHow to Get an Outdoor Kitchen of Your Own
New project for a new year: Build a cooking space for your yard or patio to make entertaining a breezeFull Story
LANDSCAPE DESIGNGet Along With Less Lawn — Ideas to Save Water and Effort
Ditch the mower and lower your water bill while creating a feast for the eyes with diverse plantings and gathering placesFull Story
SAVING WATERXeriscape Gardens: How to Get a Beautiful Landscape With Less Water
Conserve water and make gardening much easier with the xeriscape approach’s 7 principlesFull Story
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Getting my screens ready...turface and other ingredients...
YAY i got to harvest for my first time!!!!
Getting a garden ready for winter
First time Gardner! Help my Maple Saplings!