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Why does Laura from Garden Answer use Bio-tone Starter Plus? Because it’s the ultimate starter fertilizer. Bio-tone Starter Plus is […]
Squirrels are the acrobats of the backyard. They can bend and stretch in every possible direction in order to reach […]
It’s summer time and that means enjoying more time outdoors — until the mosquitoes descend. While flying insects are an […]
Houseplants have steadily grown more popular over the last couple of years, particularly with Millennials. It’s no surprise why—houseplants are […]
English cottage gardens date back centuries. They were used to grow vegetables, herbs for healing, fruit trees, perhaps a beehive, […]
I used to consider growing roses a form of self-punishment. It was a tedious, never-ending job that more often than […]
Citrus trees provide year-round greenery, extraordinarily fragrant flowers and, beautiful, delicious fruit. What plant parent wouldn’t want a baby like […]
Talk about flower power! Orchids, especially Phalaenopsis or moth orchids, can bloom for months. Moth orchidsare easy to find, relatively inexpensive and one […]
Growing citrus trees in containers indoors is easier than you think. Plus, they’re beautiful are great accent pieces. Their white […]
Peonies have been a garden favorite for hundreds of years. The gorgeous flowers are delicate with silky petals and an […]
Mom is the best! For years, she’s showered you with love in so many ways, big and small. Now, it’s […]
Houseplants aren’t limited to staying indoors year-round, in fact they love the feeling of sunshine on their leaves and breathing […]
Flowers for Mom on Mother’s Day are always appreciated. But, what if you could give her a gift that will […]
Everyone loves corn on the cob. It’s a staple of summer picnics and barbeques. Everyone loves popcorn too, but most […]
Perennial plants are relatively care-free additions to the garden. They come up every year growing bigger and better. But, believe […]
Florida and California are known for their fresh oranges and citrus (the area between California and along the Gulf Coast […]
Hoya, commonly called wax plant or wax flower, are sought-after house plants because they are easy to grow, easy to […]
Astilbes are the drama queens of the shade garden.  You cannot help but admire these ‘no-fuss’ divas for their beauty […]
Laura walks us through fertilizing trees, shrubs, perennials in early spring. Wait until you see some growth on your plant […]
Pansies and violas look delicate but are in fact, tough as nails. They liven up our gardens and decorative pots […]
Miniature gardens are adapted from Japanese bonsai gardens, taking the idea of shaping and caring for a miniature tree for […]