Keeping a garden journal can be as simple as jotting down a few helpful reminders to a keepsake artistic expression for those of us who love to dig in the dirt and watch things grow. If, at minimum, you are set on keeping reliable notes, this should give you some ideas.
Many common garden problems can be solved with some items we have in our homes. Common items like dishwashing gloves, yogurt containers, key rings, old knives, and office supplies can makes things right without costing a dime. #sponsored
This simple method shows how to take leaf cuttings from African violets (Saintpaulias) to grow new plants. It's an easy way to have more of your plants you love and make extras to give as gifts.
Starting new plants from hardwood cuttings is a slow but reliable way to grow more, free plants for your garden. This method is done in the fall after the leaves have dropped and works with many deciduous shrubs and vines.
Want a table top display of gorgeous paperwhite blooms for a special occasion? How about a giant amaryllis with giant, dazzling flowers? When it comes to forcing bulbs indoors, there's no guarantee your flowers will appear on time, but, with some simple planning, the odds are in your favour. Check out these handy bulb forcing calendars and get your blooms started.
How to make a small water garden or fish pond. You don't need a big space to make a big splash! This is a wonderful way to encourage beneficial and beautiful wildlife like birds, bees, hummingbirds, and more. #sponsored
You don't have to spend a lot on annuals to have gorgeous garden containers. Check out these ideas for using unique repurposed containers instead of common planters from a big box store. It's frugal and transforms your garden—no matter where you grow. #sponsored