Did you know that you can help save the bay from your own garden? If you live here in the Chesapeake watershed, water runs from your home all the way to the third-largest estuary in the world. Learn how you can make a difference and help save the bay!
Raised Bed Gardens are all the rage these days. What are they and why are they so great? Read on to learn why we love raised bed gardens and how you can make your own!
Before you dig into your garden beds, it’s important to know the soil you’re working with. Read on to learn what to look for, what to test for, and where to get the right tests for you.
New to the world of indoor plants? Want a new hobby but don’t know where to start? Doubt your green thumb or plant fostering abilities? This is the article for you! Everyone starts somewhere. Here’s everything we think you need to know in order to start fostering a happy, healthy indoor jungle.
We've compiled a list of our favorite quotes about gardening. Why? Because we love the way these writers, gardeners and thinkers have phrased that indescribable feeling you get in a garden with soil under your nails.
What are the best gifts? We love receiving plants, and we think your friends and family will too! These are perfect plants for Christmas presents, no matter how little they know about plants or how little light is in their home.
Gardeners don't need much to get the job done, but there are certain tools that will make gardening even easier to enjoy. Read on to learn the top tools every plant enthusiast will love, and bonus gift ideas too!
As fellow gardeners, we understand the time, effort, and patience needed to maintain a healthy landscape. So when weeds pop up, we too go into battle mode, ready to rid and defend our lawns from the pesky intruders.
Bats are perhaps one of the most misunderstood animals. While their fanged features and association with the Halloween season give them an ominous first impression, these winged creatures are some of our garden’s biggest helpers.
What do cinnamon, coffee grounds, and eggshells have in common? They are all used as natural solutions to common garden and houseplant problems!