Proper pruning at the appropriate time will improve the overall shape of the rose bushes, and promote new and healthier growth. It will ensure abundant, attractive roses for a long time to come.
Garden wastes need not end up in landfills or water bodies. They can be recycled and put to good use in your garden.
Making the effort to properly prune fruit trees will allow for them to stay healthy and be productive.
Local commuters have been driving past A Daisy A Day for decades. The charming brick and stone cottage situated right off of Scenic Highway has grown into a Snellville landmark over the years.
The three-day event, held Feb. 6-8, will feature the latest products and services for home remodeling, interior decorating, landscaping and outdoor living.
Consider planting some of these interesting and attractive native plants in your home landscape. They blend well into shadier parts of your landscape and natural areas.
Reduce the likelihood of insects getting into your home. Seal any cracks or crevices as well as gaps between pipes and wires going into your home
Though they can be challenging, apple trees can definitely be grown in the home landscape. If given proper maintenance, they will bear fruit.
Although frequently overlooked by homeowners, ferns are a valuable asset. Once established, they require minimal maintenance and add interest to the garden. Consider adding some ferns to your home landscape and enjoy their beauty.
Propagating plants is an easy way to obtain more plants to use to beautify your home landscape. If you have a plant you desire more of or if someone else has plant material you would like, consider snipping off some cuttings and trying to root them.
Do you have trees and shrubs in your landscape that you feel would be more attractive in another place? Are you considering moving them? Transplanting established plant material is a low-cost way of changing the appearance of your home landscape.
Home and Garden columnist Tim Daly answeres questions about various concerns of the season.
By selecting plants that are suited to the site where they will be planted, many troubles can be avoided. The plants will be healthier, more attractive, fit their site better, be easier to maintain, and be less prone to insect and disease problems.
Although many homes have gas fireplaces, wood is used in others. When getting wood for it, you should only use local sources.
With the holiday season upon us, many of us are planning our holiday dinners with family and friends. Turkey, dressing, casseroles are among everyone’s favorite. One of the most popular holiday dishes is cranberry sauce with its sweet-sour taste.