Because wilted arrivals are not an option.
Ducks' webbed feet stay frostbite-free for the coolest reason.
All you need are a few toothpicks and some water.
What's more romantic: peonies or roses?
These sturdy beauties can handle a little neglect.
With a little TLC, you can coax this winter beauty to flower again and again.
Keep these plants on a kitchen windowsill to take your cooking to the next level.
Yep, your favorite scrubbers actually come from vegetables.
Here's how to make your garden's "black gold" better than ever.
Because no human really loves the stinky "perfumes" of dead animals, skunk spray, and poop.
Try these tips to avoid coming home to parched pots.
Whatever you do, don't plant it directly in the ground.
You'll want to add sprouts to your windowsill garden ASAP.
Sorry, but succulents aren't for everyone.
A great addition to your late-summer plot, this root is high in fiber and rich in vitamins.
It's the ultimate garden herb for a reason.
A clipping from a friend is all you need.
Just stick them in water, surround with pebbles, and watch them thrive.
Reap your best (and spiciest) crop ever.