Mothers work hard in the home and out, so help make their lives easier with some high quality gardening products as a special Mother's Day gift. We know that getting gifts can be daunting, so we put together a list of our top 5 recommendations, with something for every budget.
Arbor Day is a holiday that has been celebrated in the United States for over 100 years, thanks to a Nebraskan by the name of Julius Sterling Morton. Many celebrate the day by planting a tree in their community or personal yard, and the process is fairly easy as long as you stick to some basic steps.
Each year, the world gathers on April 22 to celebrate the birth of the modern environmental movement. This year, we’ll be taking to our gardens to celebrate, because environmental stewardship begins in our own backyards. Here are some ideas we’ve gathered for how to celebrate the 51st Earth Day in your garden.
If you love cooking, you know everything tastes better with fresh herbs. Not only do fresh herbs taste better, but they're also relatively easy to grow and in many cases cheaper than store-bought. Grow your own! You might be surprised how easy it is to be a plant parent to a thriving herb garden right in your own home.
Let’s take a look at the variety of spring flowers that are just waiting to come to life in your garden. Whether you choose to replant annuals each season or perennials that will come back again and again, a bit of planning and a good day’s work will be worth the effort come springtime.
It’s obvious that the resurgence of gardening is here to stay. If you’re still not on the bandwagon or need to justify the endless hours you’re spending digging up weeds and shooing away aphids, then it will help to know that gardening has many benefits to both your mental and physical health. Gardening is one of the most well-rounded and invigorating hobbies, and there are many great reasons why.