Learn how and when to prune trees for optimum growth with this guide by The Garden Glove. Hint: You may need to wait longer than you think!
Foraging for Pine Needles (and other conifer needles)
Clean up your backyard or garden by foraging for needles. Courtesy of Grow Forage Cook Ferment, learn how to make tea, syrup, vinegar, crafts and more from various types of conifer needles.
How to Prune Hostas
Hostas are a great perennial to have in your garden. They’re easy to care for, do well in shady areas and look beautiful. For maximum effect, keep them well-maintained by pruning them regularly. Click in to learn more, courtesy of eHow.
7 Tips to Prepare your Yard for Winter
Feel the chill setting in? Prep your yard for winter with these 7 tips from Hoosier Homemade. Click in for more information.
7 Weeding Tips Every Gardener Should Know
Tired of weeds overstaying their welcome? Weeds are a gardener’s biggest nuisance, and sometimes they can seem impossible to get rid of. Clean up your garden with these seven helpful weeding tips from Empress of Dirt.
Prepare your roses for winter with this guide from Sensible Gardening. With a little care, your roses will be in great shape to return once the snow melts. Click in for the complete guide.
Lawn Care Unplugged: How to Use a Reel Mower
Reel Mower 101: @garden_therapy has all of the tips for your lawn, whether it’s knowing the ideal height for your grass or sharpening tools. Let the fun exercise begin.
How to Clear Overgrown Weeds
Overgrown weeds are a nuisance to everyone, bringing property value down and creating a general eyesore. The sooner you get rid of them, the better. Discover the best way to deal with them via eHow.
Overgrown shrubs can threaten your landscape’s charming aesthetic. Check out State-By-State Gardening’s guide to using renewal pruning, a radical pruning technique, to cut down on your overgrown plants.
Preserving the Ornamental Garden: How to Dry Flowers, Leaves, Stems, and Pods for Crafting
Before you clear away and clean up your garden for winter, try creating an ornamental bouquet with this guide from Garden Therapy. You can also use the dried plants for other crafts, like framed leaves or homemade cards.