The crisp days of fall will soon be here, but a long dry summer has left many homeowners looking out on lawns and gardens overtaken with invasive weeds. A yard full of these plants is sure to make it difficult to enjoy the cooler outdoor temperatures.
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Gardening is good for you on many levels, but the effort involved can make existing aches and pains worse, or even cause new ones. This summer, take steps to ensure your gardening experience is as comfortable and beneficial as possible.
Hi, my name is Leigh Anne and I am a perennial-a-holic. I used to think I was just a social gardener, but more and more lately, I do it when I'm alone. I often buy perennials before noon and sneak them out of the car when no one is looking.
Put on your garden gloves and join in the fun, because “gardening with a purpose” is taking root. The purpose may be to grow your own food or create urban sanctuaries, but planting for a greener good is changing neighborhoods and communities.
A colorful fall garden is as simple as knowing what to plant. To prepare for autumn, follow these simple guidelines based on your local climate. It’s easy to have a beautiful fall garden—no matter where you live.
We already know the beauty and satisfaction that gardening adds to our lives. A new study demonstrates that it's also a very effective exercise regimen for seniors.
Working in the garden together can help kids grow and help you stay younger
Gardening is no different from any other type of exercise: doing it wrong can result in injury.