Home Gardening News
News on Home Gardening continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
Trending on the Topix Network
The corner of 11th Street and Cumberland Avenue will not come alive with tents, trees, shrubs and garden plants this year.
What started out as a mishmosh of Tupperware containers, cardboard, and Duct tape is now a functioning system of pipes, drains, and plastic that turns a standard fish tank into a self-cleaning aquarium and garden - all in one system.
Ryan Feasel is the owner of GreenMart, a new business that has opened at 22971 U.S. 224 in West Independence, between Findlay and Tiffin.
Not long ago, I wrote about my experience buying next year's winter jacket for Little Roy via eBay: Wherein the item I received, although nice, had some cosmetic flaws I was surprised and disappointed to find.
Households across Bolsover District and North East Derbyshire are being reminded that their green bin collections are due to start again in early March.
If you need a break from winter reality for a while and don't have the money to visit Hawaii, the Home and Garden Show is the place to be.
Last month, I attended the Summit County Master Gardener Saturday Gardening Series in Green, and it was indeed a "green" experience.
The BBC is looking for talented amateur kitchen gardeners who have the skills and the dedication to compete in BBC2's The Big Allotment Challenge The BBC is looking for talented amateur kitchen gardeners who have the skills and the dedication to compete in BBC2's The Big Allotment Challenge.
The first steps on a gardening adventure for toddlers took place at Gyllyngdune Gardens in Falmouth last week where the inaugural meeting of the Little Blooms group took place.
Morwenna Griffiths, of the wildlife charity, said: "March sweeps in with a welcome promise of spring and the first early morning flutters of the dawn chorus tuning up are heard.
Horticultural specialist Mitch Baker demonstrates techniques that will help get your summer garden off to a good start after cold weather vegetables are finished.
Yes, we're looking at drought-induced water restrictions in the coming months despite the recent rain, and reality soon will place California home landscapes on a permanent water diet -- reducing liquid-loving lawns and moisture-gluttonous plants and instead bulking up on water-wise vegetation that's fit for the future.
Neighbourhood Watch street co-ordinator Anita Basevi, who says the scheme in Wanborough has collapsed since the area co-ordinator About five years ago the area co-ordinator for Wanborough retired from his post and was not replaced, leaving the local community to fend for themselves.
YOUNGSTERS in the Yorkshire Dales have been hard at work learning the art of garden design -as they prepare for one of the country's top flower festivals.
While many branches are bare and most soil is frozen, you'll enjoy signs of spring when you plant winter-blooming Hellebores.
The harbinger of spring in much of the country is the native eastern redbud known botanically as Cercis canadensis.