Flowers bless the world with their colors for just a short time – most perennials bloom for only a few weeks and annuals are gone in fall.
Transitioning your outdoor space for the cooler months requires a little bit of forward thinking, as well as an eye for design.
Ornamental grasses are super easy to care for. They adapt to different soils, they don’t need much in the way of fertilizing and watering (unless they’re in pots) and they lend texture to the garden all summer long.
Outdoor furniture is no longer just light tables and stackable chairs brought out a few times a year.
Summer is here and it’s time to start enjoying outdoor living and entertaining on our decks and patios.
These beautiful flavored floral ice cubes are a great way to jazz up any mocktail or cocktail for your summer entertaining.
Ranges, once a stainless steel, black, or white force of nature responsible for food — if not necessarily design — are taking over the look and feel of the kitchen.
Successful outdoor entertaining depends not only on a good setting but also on good food and good company and there are lots of ways to spruce up your existing outdoor space to create the perfect entertaining venue without breaking the bank.
The heroes of our gardens, whose essential work mostly goes unrecognized, pollinators help plants reproduce, which helps sustain the ecosystem that in turn sustains us.
Stainless steel, once the go-to for those looking to streamline the modern kitchen, is getting a field of competitors in the mid-tier field.