Plan for Pollinators on Learn about Butterflies Day
With thousands of gardeners adding milkweed to their plantings, and with the heightened interest in tracking their migration, monarch watching has become the new birding.
Celebrate Plant a Flower Day—Even if Your Garden Is Buried in Snow
It might be a little early to plant your tender annuals, especially if your beds sport six inches of snow and temperatures hover in the 30s. But have no fear: you, too, can celebrate National Plant a Flower Day on March 12 in preparation for spring.
Are seed packets taking over your kitchen table? If you live in warm zones, it’s about time to start those tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants-hooray!
Birds Need Love, Too
February is National Birding Month, a great time to pamper our feathered friends.
Great Valentine’s Day Gifts Every Gardener Loves
While it’s still too chilly in most areas for outdoor planting, show your favorite person true love with a gorgeous gift of heart-inspired houseplants.
Savor Seed Starting Prep
Are you a seed lover? If you’ve never grown plants from seeds, make it your resolution to give it a try this year.
Make a Plan
Grab a cup of tea, a notebook or garden journal (if you’re fancy!), and your imagination for a January garden-planning session.
Spice Up Your Winter with Homegrown Herbs
Winter’s the perfect time to break out those new recipes you’ve been wanting to try. After all, nothing’s more cozy that a warm kitchen filled with delicious aromas.
Embrace Plant Parenting
Winter is the perfect time to nurture green babies. While it’s still too early for seed starting in most areas, why not jump on the plant parenting bandwagon—by adding more houseplants to your indoor decor?
First Time Gardener? Here Are the Three Most Important Things for Great Growing.
Did you join the gardening craze during your stay-at-home time last year? You’re not alone! Thousands of new gardeners took up the trowel to start growing food and flowers. If…