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  • What Should You Do With Amaryllis After It Blooms

    What Should You Do With Amaryllis After It Blooms

    Amaryllis is a brilliant flowering plant that can brighten the darkest days of the winter months. The trumpet-shaped blooms come in a plethora of colors, from the traditional solid red, white, pink, orange, and purple, to the more exotic picotees, where the petals’ edges are a different shade. After they flower, however, you may be […]

  • 10 Outdoor Plants for Winter Containers

    10 Outdoor Plants for Winter Containers

    Are you looking for a way to add color to your outdoor space throughout the winter? Look no further than this list of plants, perfect for winter containers. You may think that gardening in the winter is too difficult, especially outdoors, but there are many cold-hardy plants that will thrive in pots outside. To read […]

  • How to Grow Rosemary Indoors

    How to Grow Rosemary Indoors

    Part of the mint family, rosemary is a hardy perennial herb that thrives in warm climates, but it’s sometimes tricky to grow indoors. Many gardeners try to save their rosemary from the harsh winter temperatures by bringing their plants inside, only for them to slowly die instead. Whether you’re interested in bringing your plant inside […]

  • How to Revive Your Dying Plant With Hydrogen Peroxide

    How to Revive Your Dying Plant With Hydrogen Peroxide

    Do you have a plant that needs first aid? Maybe you’ve already tried everything you can think of, and you just can’t make it happy. Or maybe you’re dealing with fungus, mold, powdery mildew, root rot, or pests. All of these can spell disaster for your plant and hydrogen peroxide might save the day. This […]

  • Most Significant Libraries of the Ancient World

    Most Significant Libraries of the Ancient World

    Libraries have long been a place of acceptance and knowledge, even in the ancient world. Before computers, typewriters, and even paper, libraries were epicenters for learning for the world’s foremost thinkers. From rock tablets to the invention of parchment, ancient libraries didn’t let the lack of modern conveniences slow down their ideas. To read the […]

  • 6 Tips for Pre-winter Perennial Pruning

    6 Tips for Pre-winter Perennial Pruning

    Even as an avid gardener, you may be wondering when you should prune your plants. Fall, winter, spring, summer, or not at all? As it turns out, it could be all of the above! As winter quickly approaches, it can be hard to decide which perennials to prune. Many perennials require little maintenance in the […]

  • 9 Most Underrated Road Trips in the World

    9 Most Underrated Road Trips in the World

    If you’re a road trip enthusiast, then you’ve likely already explored the most popular roads in your country, but what about the less-traveled routes? Whether it’s a really well-kept secret or dangerous road conditions, there are countless spectacular road trips around the world that don’t bring huge crowds. Plan your next adventure on one of […]

  • How to Care for Hostas in the Fall

    How to Care for Hostas in the Fall

    Hostas are popular perennial plants that are incredibly versatile. Their stunning foliage provides a perfect backdrop for other plants. They are often used for ground cover and borders, but they can also stand alone as a focal point. These shade-loving plants are low-maintenance, requiring little attention throughout their growing season. In the fall, however, it’s […]

  • California’s 11 Most Underrated Mountain Towns

    California’s 11 Most Underrated Mountain Towns

    California is the third largest state, with a diverse landscape from coastal vistas to mountain ranges. In the sparsely populated north are the Cascade and Klamath Mountains, and running from north to south along California’s eastern edge is the Sierra Nevada Mountain range. Along these winding roads are some truly unique towns to discover that are […]

  • 10 Plants That Will Survive Frost

    10 Plants That Will Survive Frost

    In the fall, the first frost is an ever-looming threat to the garden. You might be dreading what you’ll lose and scrambling to put up shelters to protect your plants. For many, the first frost is the end of the gardening season, but that doesn’t have to be the case. There are many plants that […]