Our houseplants, citrus trees, and tropical plants have had their day in the sun, but now we must bring them in for the winter to ensure their survival. Typically, once temperatures drop below 60 degrees overnight, you know it is time to make the move. Not so fast though, there are some steps that you should take for a seamless transfer while leaving the mess outdoors.
So, you bought your first home, and you’re ready to ready to transform your outdoor space into the thriving oasis of color and beauty you’ve been dreaming of. Planting shrubs and perennials is an excellent way to start, and this beginner's guide will walk you through the steps to create a garden that flourishes year after year. Even if you’ve never picked up a shovel, these tips will help you plant with confidence and watch your landscape bloom.
It is officially the time of year for fall decorating, and if you are incorporating live pumpkins into your displays, then we have a few tips for you. By following the guidelines below, you should be able to keep your pumpkins happy this fall season!
This blog post will explain why fall is the ideal time to plant in the Mid-Atlantic area. Additionally, it will provide advice on how to care for your new plants during the winter months.
The arrival of fall brings with it the perfect opportunity to transform your front porch into a welcoming haven that captures the essence of the season. With a few key elements like straw bales, mums, pumpkins, and corn stalks, you can create a picture-perfect autumn retreat right at your doorstep. We'll guide you through the steps to craft a cozy and inviting fall porch that will have your neighbors stopping to admire your seasonal style.
There is nothing like coming home to a relaxing space to unwind from a long day. To create a space this is both comfortable and soothes your senses, there is one element that is essential. Your cozy outdoor space can be vastly improved just by adding a simple fountain to your home, and the best part is that you only need a small space to get started!
Ornamental grasses are a low-maintenance addition that add texture, dimension, movement, and color to your garden. These underrated plants come in many varieties and even change color with the seasons, particularly in late summer and early autumn. Read more...
Eating outside provides tons of benefits for you and the people around you. Find out 5 major ways that you can benefit from eating outdoors!
Growing your own food is exciting, but it can be difficult to know when or how to. Learn the easiest way to start growing fall vegetables!
Imagine for a second that you are lounging in your backyard with the sun going down; no sound but the water cascading from your fountain. There is something exceptionally tranquil about the presence of water in a landscape area. Creating this perfect getaway is much easier than you think, and you can get started today!