Have you ever thought about adding a greenhouse to your backyard? As the weather warms up and the garden beckons, don’t you wish you had plants growing in your own greenhouse that could be planted in your garden as soon as the last frost date has passed?
Flowers bring life to a garden. Fortunately, exciting new flowering annuals and tropicals abound this year, thanks to the dedicated effort of breeders throughout the US and Europe.
Mantis, the manufacturer of the world’s first and most famous small tiller, has introduced a sleek new handle design and comfortable, ergonomic grips as standard equipment on all its 9-inch gas tillers for 2015.
Gardens are truly a thing of beauty. In many cases they play an important role providing fresh, delicious food to gardeners and their families.
Many homeowners bring potted plants indoors before freezing temperatures arrive. Growing tender perennials and tropical plants in pots enables them to be enjoyed outdoors during the summer and inside throughout winter’s colder months.
Growing your own food is a joy—especially when it’s harvest time. Fall is known primarily as the harvest season.
Flower bulbs are proof that gardeners are optimists. Gardeners plant flower bulbs because they are always looking optimistically forward to the next growing season.
With warm days and cooling nights, fall presents the perfect time to plant wildflowers and other native plants. Fall plantings mimic the natural lifecycle when flowers begin to fade, produce seed and drop that seed onto the ground.
The Stainless Steel Long-Handled Bulb Planter from Joseph Bentley eliminates the need for bending when planting flower bulbs.
As autumn approaches and temperatures begin to cool off, the time is right to plant spring-flowering bulbs.