Here is a list of bug friends you’ll want to keep close.
If you have some pallets laying around and don’t know what to do, recycle them into pieces of art to be used around your outdoors living area. Here are our favorite ideas to get you started.
Is there a passionate gardener in your life that needs a gift this Christmas season? Luckily Margo Garden Products has some ideas that any backyard enthusiast will love.
City dwellers and apartment tenants rejoice! Hydroponic gardening is the way to grow your own produce with little space.
With cooler weather comes changing leaves, vibrant sunsets and the last moments to enjoy the outdoors before winter creeps in. There’s plenty to do in the garden in preparation for those freezing months and ways to turn your garden into the perfect hangout spot for friends and family.
if you’ve been thinking about adding trees to your yard, why not add a couple that will bring the sentiment of the fall season?
We don’t see these underground dwellers very often, and surely they are scarcely on our minds...until you notice something horrific in your garden.
If your pets will be outdoors this winter, this is how you can keep them cozy, snug and most importantly- happy.
We’ve got some tried and true methods to make leaf pick-up fast and easy. Here are our 3 hacks to clearing your garden.
Garden eyesores. Everyone’s got them everyone’s trying to figure out how to deal with them. Here’s how you can soften that backyard view.
These man-made watering holes mimic biological cycles found in nature to filter water and keep it safe for swimmers.
Ready to feel the burn? Here are our favorite ways to enjoy a crackling flame.
From pumpkin decor for your yard to jack-o-lanterns on Halloween and delectable treats such as pumpkin pie and creamy soup, all you need is a pumpkin patch to transform your garden into an autumn wonderland. Here are our best tips for growing pumpkins!
Adding some chickens to your family has several benefits for you and your garden. Here’s why!
Building a fence in your backyard may seem like a too difficult project that’ll have you calling the professionals, but put your phone down and your wallet away! In fact, building a fence makes a great DIY project by following the necessary steps.
The practice of harvesting rainwater is beginning to gain traction. It’s a fantastic way to conserve and save money instead of overworking the hose or sprinklers.
In this post, we’ll give you tips on how to transform your garden into a proactive sanctuary instead of just a beautiful plot that outshines the neighbors.
How can you help your garden to survive the summer months? Here are some vital do’s and don’ts to keep in mind.
Have you ever wanted to build an adorable birdhouse for your garden, but decided it’s too difficult? There are many easy ways to make this DIY a reality!
We depend on bees for more than we realize when it comes to food. Why not plant your garden with the bees in mind? It’s a great way to promote environment well “beeing”.
Usher in the autumn season and get your garden looking delightfully spooky with these DIY yard decorations that we absolutely love!
Besides being aesthetically pleasing, trees offer so much more than we could imagine.
Banish mosquitoes for good with these safe tricks that really work.
Need ideas for plants that thrive during the fall? Here are some of our favorites.
Here are some simple tips to help improve your soil and give your plant babies the TLC they need.
If you’re planning a Christmas or New year’s bash at your home, there’s no reason to keep it indoors due to the cold. Here are some brilliant ideas to help decorate your outdoor living area with a bit of Christmas cheer.
Considering using mulch in your garden? There are plenty of benefits with going this route. Not only is it aesthetically pleasing by giving a streamlined touch to flower beds, but it has hidden benefits for the overall well being of your plants as well.
Thinking about adding a fireplace to your home? Here’s what you need to know!
Flowers belong to butterflies, a symbiotic relationship that encourages conservation and creates a bit of natural magic in the garden. Learn how you can create your own butterfly garden with our informative post!
Herbs and spices are commonly purchased in small bottles, dried and ground, BUT it’s easy to grow them yourself, right in the heart of your kitchen!
Here are some tips to consider when choosing a sculpture for your garden.
Here are some ways you can prevent damages and enjoy the use of your patio furniture for years to come.
Most of us dream of sprawling acres of land to call our own, or at least an ample-sized backyard. But, as it is with life, making decisions sometimes requires compromise, and when choosing a home, that compromise can come in the form of a small yard.
Succulents are plants that do well in dry weather, storing moisture in their thick, waxy leaves. They’ve become household favorites with their unique shapes and relatively easy care, adding texture to gardens and becoming popular plant additions for apartment container gardens.
Fire pits are a must in any outdoor living area, bringing everyone together for social gatherings during the cooler weather months and adding a rustic feel to your backyard design.
Now that summer has graced us with its glamorously scorching presence, it can be tempting to hide indoors, protected by the cool kiss of the AC. No one wants to spend time indoors though, especially when school is out, the sun is shining and the backyard garden is green and lush again after the frigid winter months.
Small lots need plant love too, and don’t think for a minute that if you don’t have the biggest plot that you’re missing out. There’s no shortage to the creative inspiration behind stunning garden designs using simplistic natural garden products and plants that thrive in small spaces.
It’s that one back patio chair, worn in just right after years of relaxing in the garden. It’s that collection of clay pottery that has never failed to give your backyard character through the changing seasons.
City-dwellers and apartment residents may not have access to spacious plots of land or flower beds but, that doesn’t mean dreams of sprouting seeds, home-grown vegetables and aromatic herbs are out of reach.
Is your garden ready for summer? This year, garden design is all about natural materials, splashes of color and locally sourced garden products. Pull on those galoshes and grab a spade- these summer trends are taking flower beds by storm. Pique your inspiration with some of our favorites!
A fire pit doesn’t have to be your traditional pile of ceramic logs or a smoky mess of burning wood. With a bit of sparkling fire glass and some creative inspiration, turn your fire pit into the enthralling centerpiece of your outdoor living area.
We’ve all been there...waiting patiently for that orchid to bloom only to recoil in horror upon discovering that the infant petals have been chewed to bits.
We are all at that point in the winter season where spring cleaning is on the mind. It’s out with the old, in with the new and ENOUGH hibernation....let’s get outside and ENJOY the sunshine!
There’s just something mesmerizing about watching the shimmer of scales as vibrant goldfish flit about lily pads in a clear garden pond. Whether you want to add fish or plants, a manmade pond can add to the bliss and beauty of any yard. Of course, it’s important to properly maintain it year round, but it doesn’t have to be complicated by spending heaps of money or using chemical products.
Curious about using pebbles and stones in the yard, but not sure where to begin? Besides adding a touch of creative edge, pebbles, stones and rocks actually offer some excellent benefits.
Prevention and protection are key to ensure Jack Frost doesn’t throttle your plant babies, causing permanent damage to overall health and development. Luckily, there are simple, inexpensive steps you can take to safeguard your greenery.
The classic fire pit requires chopped wood or coal to burn, but nowadays homeowners are saying sayonara to tradition and purchasing fire glass to use in gas powered fire pits instead.