Flowers aren’t the only beautiful option for your pots and garden. Edible plants, including many vegetables, are becoming mainstays in the modern landscape.
Not all yards offer a clean, flat surface on which to craft a stunning landscape. Here’s how to make a sloped yard shine this spring
Consuming only locally grown food is a way to inject money into the local economy, support small farmers and reduce the pollution associated with shipping foods from such far flung places.
Pollinator numbers are declining, but thankfully there are ways all of us can help bolster their populations. And they involve beautiful flowers.
Rain gardens not only help divert water runoff from polluting our water system, they attract pollinators and look beautiful all summer long.
The garden is long gone but fresh, homegrown greens don’t have to be. David Henson, inventor and entrepreneur from Northfield, has developed a grow-your-own microgreens kit—through the brand name Product of Nature—that allows you to cultivate seedling plants inside your home (or studio apartment), even in the depths of winter. Like those found in stores […]