It’s time to get growing! If you’re like us, that sunshine and warm spring weather make us a little antsy to get outdoors and begin planting. Although it’s still too early for annuals and most vegetables, there are a few crops that prefer cooler temperatures.
You will be amazed at what will grow from these little brown bulbs. Bulbs can be used in nearly any garden or patio setting, giving you flowers, fragrance and brilliant colour with just a little effort.
Container gardens are a great way to dress up a patio or doorway. But it’s so much more than that. These miniature gardens are an opportunity to experiment with gardening trends, explore new flowers, or simply showcase a few favourites.
As Spring Fever sets in the to-do list to get your lawn and gardens ready can feel daunting. We get it. We love Spring, but the cleaning up process can feel never-ending. Our Garden Gallery checklist will provide you with some tips to get your property ready for gardening and sunshine.
When considering your front door decorating, think about how to invite spring into the entire space.
If you wish to encourage more birds and more varieties of birds around your home, you can do so by providing a variety of trees and shrubs, particularly those that provide food in the form of fruit, berries, nuts or seeds.
Terrariums are the perfect way to perk up your indoor space! These mini tabletop gardens are easy to care for and maintain. All you need is a glass container, soil and a pinch of creativity!
Starting seeds indoors is a great (and inexpensive) way to fill your garden. It gives you a great opportunity to try new and different varieties of plants, as well as experiment with planting times.
House plants are a natural way to purify and clean your home, not to mention a great tool to decorate. Check out this quick list of 5 plants to help clean the air in your home!
A fun and quick feeder to make uses only a few things and makes the feathered friends extremely happy.
The first snowfall, sparkling lights, and a steaming cup of cocoa are just a few of the things that can transform those cool wintry days into magical moments.
Bottle up Christmas by making a festive simmer pot!