Wade Phillips' collection has overflowed to two gardens adjoining his northwest Omaha home. In what he called his last census in October 2019, he had 513 of the colorful perennials.
Mark Hoppus has vowed to beat cancer as he prepares to find out his life expectancy this week.
Gardening has reached new heights as a favorite pastime, and more gardeners are discovering that raised beds make it easier. What’s not to like about bringing plants to a higher level so you don’t have to bend down and work on your knees? You can grow flowers, herbs and vegetables and work the soil while sitting on a ledge — a major plus for anyone with a bad back or not-so-bendable knees. And you can design and locate the raised garden bed where the growing conditions are best.
Native Americans fear that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are using holy water to irrigate their gardens in their California mansion.
Turning your own lawn into a pollinator or “bee” lawn can help restore the kinds of natural habitat no longer available to pollinators.
Kim Kardashian West has added a vegetable patch and fruit garden to her the vast grounds of the Hidden Hills compound she bought with estranged husband Kanye West in 2017.
Budget landscaping and yard care doesn’t mean cutting corners; it means making the most of your tools and existing plants. Follow these six easy-to-implement tips to save money on your great outdoors.
Spring is the perfect time to begin digging and growing a traditional vegetable or flower garden. These tips might make it easier for you.
Whether you’re a beginner gardener or just want to take things easy, there are plenty of vegetables you can grow without much effort.
If you’ve never grown transplants for a garden, this could be the year to do it. You can start with a flower or vegetable that’s easy to raise from seed.
While spring is the ideal time to begin digging and growing a traditional vegetable or flower garden, plenty of planning and other tasks can be done at any time of the year. Gardeners spend most of the summer watering, weeding and watching young plants grow. Fall is a good time to plant trees, shrubs, bulbs and some perennials. And winter is a perfect time to start ordering seeds, planning out your rows and getting organized. There’s no wrong time to start — but these tips might make it easier for you!
Roger Taylor is set to install a statue of his late Queen bandmate Freddie Mercury in his garden, alongside a pool house with a bar and jacuzzi.
Cultivate some fun with these 10 educational and easy garden activities for children.
With so many plant options out there, it can be intimidating to choose the right one for your home, especially if you’re inexperienced.
The dwindling monarch butterfly population needs help. It’s not too early to start preparing a butterfly garden for this summer. Here's what to know.
There aren’t many don’ts for starting up a milkweed patch, Hasle said, but one plant to avoid is tropical milkweed, a nonnative plant that flowers late in the season. The best garden is one you can sustain, Hasle said. And it can make for a fun family project.
There’s not a one-size-fits-all monarch garden. Although the Field Museum’s project is still fairly new, there are already some findings after a pilot and pandemic season. Participants sent in weekly reports, including the makeup of their garden, and development of eggs and caterpillars.
Any behavior that gets attention will continue. Imagine a garden: your child is the rose that needs just the right amount of sunlight and water; the dandelions are the unhelpful behaviors, such as tantrums. If you so much as blink in a dandelion’s direction, you know that you will have a garden full of dandelions. This is why after validating once, the next step is to ignore.
It's a farmers market in your kitchen.
Here are a few simple things you can do right now that will help you live longer. Buzz60’s Elitsa Bizios reports.