You have a lawn. You have a dog (or the neighbor has one). Therein lies the rub. You love your lawn. You’ve spent many an hour maintaining and manicuring your turf. You’ve elevated your mowing game to an art form, causing your neighbors to ponder which
You spent a fair amount of time carefully planning and creating a beautiful garden. You chose flowers ideal for cutting and arranging, and vegetables and fruits to fashion your very own version of a farmer’s market, right in your own backyard. Now you just add
Ahhhh…the pleasant summer evenings spent outdoors on your deck or patio, lounging on a chaise, enjoying dinner al fresco or gathering around the fire pit making s’mores with the kiddos. The soft, refreshing breeze, the incredible smells wafting off the grill
The hottest days of summer can make your flowers fade and your plants fizzle. Have no fear, we’ve rounded up a dozen varieties that can take the heat and look great doing it. 1. Agapanthus Known as “Lily of the Nile,” these blue, sometimes white,
Creating a beautiful landscape or garden and watching it grow and flourish is such a satisfying venture. You plan, you plant, you water and feed. Task accomplished, you walk away and enjoy the fruits (or flowers and vegetables) of your labor, right? Not quite.