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Prepare for Seed Starting

How do you satisfy the gardening itch in the middle of winter? Easily! Start plants from seed. Now is a great time to get a jump start on the gardening season. Just a little preparation will help ensure you seed starting success.

10 Free Gardening Products

Here are ten recyclable ideas to make gardening a little less hard on the pocket!

How to Choose a Pot and Planter

Plant containers are made from all sorts of materials, from the inexpensive plastic pots to the ceramic and fiberglass resin planters.

Two-Step Seed Starting Method

If spring weather in your area tends to be cold and wet you may want to get a head start with tender plants such as tomatoes and peppers, by starting them indoors.

Gardening on a Dime

If you're creative, you can have a great garden with very little cost. Here are some of my favorite tips to get you started.

Making Organic Pesticides

You don't have to spend a fortune on expensive commercial organic pesticides, or risk using harmful chemicals around your home. Just make your own and take control!

Got Mildew? Get Milk!

Milk was found to be effective at controlling powdery mildew, and acting as a foliar fertilizer, boosting the plant's immune system.

Landscaping for Energy Efficiency

Are you looking for cost-effective yet eye-pleasing ways to lower your energy bills? Planting trees, shrubs, vines, grasses, and hedges could be the answer

Do-It-Yourself Weekend Projects: Enhancing Outdoor Living

Trellises have been adding character and elegance to outdoor living spaces for years. Better yet, these stylish wooden structures are practical projects that bring everyday elegance to your yard or garden – and can be built in a single weekend.

10 Practical Green Tips for Your Home Garden and Backyard Design

Leave behind the energy wasting products and toxic chemicals by embracing these ten green tips for your garden and backyard designs.

Controlling Lawn Grubs Organically

Beetle grubs can turn a fine looking lawn into a patchwork quilt of yellow spots. But before you reach for the insecticide bottle, there are a number of organic alternatives that will help you cope with the grubs without poisoning yourself or your family.

Caring for Your Lawn in an Environmentally Friendly Way

Caring for your lawn properly can both enhance its appearance and contribute to its environmental benefits
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