Posted 1:56 PM 4/25/2012
It's fragrant, produces purple-blue flowers in spring, and adapts well to sun or shade. I just described Creeping Charlie also known as ground ivy. A weed most gardeners are trying to eliminate from their lawns.
Posted 8:43 AM 4/18/2012
Create a living centerpiece using plants suited to small containers, the growing conditions and of course your décor. All you need are three matching saucers of increasingly larger sizes, two small pots, outdoor plastic glue, a well-drained potting mix and small scale (More) • Video (1)
Posted 9:01 AM 4/11/2012
Early spring flowers like hepatica and bloodroot have given way to a favorite mid spring bloomer, the trillium. Its white flowers make it a standout in the shade. And the unique flowers of Jack-in-the-Pulpit are sure to catch the imagination of visitors while the beautiful Virginia bluebells (More) • Video (1)
Posted 3:39 PM 4/4/2012
Carrots, lettuce, begonia and other small seeds can be difficult to plant at the proper spacing. Reduce wasting seeds and time spent thinning.
Mix seeds with sand, vermiculite, or other fine material to separate the seeds for proper spacing. Sprinkle the sand and seed mix in a shallow (More)