If you rent an apartment or house, your apartment complex’s or landlord’s insurance probably only covers the building where you live – not your belongings.
Even if your thumb is green, here’s a tip you may not have heard: Companion planting can help fruits, vegetables and herbs grow more successfully.
Ahh, spring, when a gardener’s thoughts turn to sowing the first seeds of the year: cool-season vegetables.
Shopping for food-lovers this holiday season? Give an assortment of herbs, spices and seasonings used in ethnic cuisines around the world.
For gardeners, the excitement of seeing the new seed varieties offered, checking on an old favorite or finding the unusual plant not available in our area makes reading seed catalogs a treat.
Evergreen varieties in shades of yellow, plum and blue add color to your winter landscape.
Looking for the perfect gift for a past (or present) FFA member? These museum-quality reproductions of original FFA calendar art are sure to bring back memories.
Tips for electrical safety during the holidays.
We’ve used mistletoe as an excuse to steal holiday kisses for centuries, but do you know the origin of the well-loved tradition?
Successful care of houseplants can be tricky. To ensure your indoor plants survive to see the next season, follow these simple tips.