Spoiler: It didn't totally suck.
Don’t let a lack of direct sunlight (or an atmosphere) keep you from living with nature.
Some of us made it through unscathed, some of us did not.
It's as weird as it sounds, but it has some surprising benefits for your skin, and doesn't involve expensive lotions or invasive treatments.
Make sure you're prepared when disaster strikes.
Growing veggies and flowers in the same beds can boost your yield and keep your crops healthy—here are 5 tips to get you started.
From burying beer in the backyard to singing to plants, you’ll be surprised by these wacky yet effective gardening techniques.
These common home invaders can also destroy your garden.
These soil-blanketing materials save time and water. Here's how to find the right one.
Okra can grow anywhere corn does. Here's how.
Choose plants that thrive in wet and waterlogged sites, and they’ll need very little care or attention.
Here's how to make sure your spinach doesn't turn bitter in the heat of summer.
Easy step-by-step instructions to increase the number of leafy greens in your garden.
In addition to their beauty, foxglove is actually resistant to damage from deer!
Kale is a great crop for beginner and experienced growers alike, but there are a few essential tricks to help ensure an abundant yield.
This serious salve featuring dried calendula and essential oils will heal your dry, cracked winter skin.
From herbs to music, there are plenty of ways to calm down your pup that don't involve prescription drugs.
Can you just toss some seeds right on top of the snow and hope they sprout when conditions are right? Not exactly.
Homegrown melons are always the sweetest.
With a little online training, you might just be able to save your pet's life.
You can't always trust the seed packet! Knowing how deep to plant will help increase germination rates.
Black-eyed Susans and coneflowers are summer flower-bed classics.
Because it's cheaper (and safer) than taking them to an organic dry cleaner.