by Kathy Diemer Whether novice or experienced gardeners, we all strive for gardens that look good no matter the season. And that is indeed a challenge. What can we do to maintain some structure and color when the temperatures hover … Read Article
The classic build-it-yourself cold frame always employs a storm window as its lid.
Enjoy Sauerkraut and want to prepare your own dish for this upcoming holiday season? Watch this video from Wendy Van Wagner and Joe Meade from In the Kitchen Cooking School to learn how.
Take a few minutes this fall to clean up the edges of your garden’s beds and borders.
If you planted trees or shrubs this fall, be sure to keep them watered until the ground freezes (if it does in your area), and continue to keep them watered through next spring and summer.
Want to know the best time and way to plant bulbs? Already have bulbs and want to learn how to keep them at their healthiest?
Here are tips on placing bulbs in the garden so that they grow well and look their best, too:
Amaryllis typically bloom 6 to 8 weeks after they are potted, so if you want your amaryllis in bloom for Christmas or New Year’s, plant the bulb in early to mid-November.
Virtues: A truly hardy, perennial mum, ‘Clara Curtis’ will return year after year to bloom with soft pink daisy flowers in the fall.
Can I prune trees and shrubs in the fall?
Here’s a roundup of our best flower bulb–related articles on Hortmag.com: