If you’re a city dweller, do you wish you had enough room for a garden? Do you want to bring the people of your local neighborhood together by digging in the dirt? Then you might want to start a community garden. You can ask your neighbors to rent a garden plot or raise funds to start your urban garden. Whatever…
Each year, plant producers come out with new plant varieties that make them easier to grow, more resistant to disease, and more drought-tolerant.
And this benefits you, as a home gardener, because you save money and time.
Are you tired of being cooped up and away from family and friends? Then, there’s good news for you. Spring will return, and you’ll be able to enjoy your outdoor living areas and gardens again. Hopefully, you’ll be able to host larger gatherings thanks to the new vaccines.
As you turn the calendar from 2020 to 2021, you can start dreaming about how you want to enhance your backyard living areas. After the winter holidays, call your local landscape designer to make your dreams a reality.
Most homeowners can create the right outdoor living spaces for their homes—including urban backyards, tiny houses, and larger homes with acreage. You and your family decide together what elements you want.
Here are four steps to get you started on turning your backyard into your summer home
It’s never too late to start a butterfly garden on your Central Virginia property. Pollinator gardens, also known as butterfly gardens, attract a wide variety of bees, butterflies, and birds to your Richmond, VA backyard.
Staycations started to gain popularity during the recession of 2007. In the age of Covid-19, the idea of staycations is gaining a resurgence as many families rethink their summer plans.