Did you finish harvesting your summer crops and find yourself wondering what to do next? There’s still plenty of time to get a fall and winter garden going before the first frost! Try planting one vegetable right as another one finishes. This is a process many gardeners use called succession planting and will maximize your harvest all season long. Here are four different ways to do it!
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Follow along as Laura from Garden Answer spruces up her new property with some new shrubs with the help of […]
Your Thanksgiving dinner may look different this year with a smaller number of attendees, but that’s all the more reason to stun them with holiday decor! It’s more important than ever to relax with members of your household and find ways to put everyone in that classic festive mood. Here are some ways to make a beautiful table centerpiece to help this holiday season be as cheerful as the last.
Halloween is on our heels and we can’t wait! The spooky season is a great time to go all out […]
Watch as Laura from Garden Answer creates a beautiful planter for Fall using Flower-tone and Potting Soil Mix! Featured Products: […]
Summer is coming to an end — but that doesn’t mean you should give up and let your garden go […]
Have you thought ahead to your fall harvest yet? August is prime time to plant delicious and nutritious vegetables that […]
Between the excitement of Halloween and the wonder of winter, fall can sometimes be pushed to the wayside. Not anymore. […]
Crisp fall days are perfect for planting garlic, onions and shallots. Fall planting gives them a big jump-start. The rule […]
Most avid gardeners have planted the veggie essentials in abundance, but what about the forgotten veggies and those varieties that […]