Garden designer Shirley Bovshow shows how to grow vegetables without getting your hands dirty. She explains how even in cold weather, you can create your own lush hydroponic garden. Watch on to learn how to grow lettuce, greens, and herbs in nutrient-rich hydroponic solution.
Caring for Trees in Trouble
After a storm often trees are damaged. To clear your yard, you may or may not need a professional.
Best Plants for Autumn Planters
Garden designer Shirley Bovshow shares tips on picking the best plants for the fall. Shirley shares a beautiful selection of plants that will add color to your home while maintaining their health during the changing weather.
Fall Lawn Care Tips
Dave Epstein offers some great advice on ways to prepare your lawn in the Fall.
7 Steps to Make Your Hydrangeas Last Longer
Hydrangeas are a notoriously difficult flower to keep vibrant after they've been cut. This video gives you 7 tips to help your hydrangeas last longer.
Tips for Wintering Houseplants
Learn how to prepare a houseplant before bringing it indoors for the winter.
Flowers for a Friend
Chassity from the blog Look Linger Love shows you how to arrange flowers quickly and beautifully for any friend.
How to Make an Autumnal Planter
Lifestyle expert Ken Wingard helps you get ready for fall by showing how to create a seasonal DIY planter. Ken's craft is a great way to display some of the hearty and colorful plants of fall. Plus, Ken shares some simple tips so you can keep using this planter all year long.
Is Your Lawn Ready for Fall?
Jason Cameron from DIY's 'Sledgehammer' is here to tell us how to prepare our lawn for the coming Fall and Winter months.
Harvesting Cauliflower, Broccoli, and Cabbage
The brassica family of vegetables includes cauliflower, broccoli, and cabbage. Martha's head gardener, Ryan McCallister, demonstrates the proper way to harvest each of these vegetables.
How to Care for Cauliflower in a Vegetable Garden
Blanching cauliflower plants in the vegetable garden is an important technique that enables the cauliflower to become that rich white color. It's a very simple process and will produce beautiful cauliflower in your garden.
Tips for Planting Vegetables in Late Summer
There are two techniques for seeding the vegetable garden that will produce a great harvest. Ryan McCallister shows both traditional row seeding for planting carrots and broadcast seeding to grow lettuce.
When to Harvest Zucchinis in a Vegetable Garden
Martha's head gardener, Ryan McCallister, has a few tips and techniques to help you get a plentiful harvest of zucchini this season.
How to Protect Your Garden from Extreme Heat
Garden designer Shirley Bovshow shares some great tips to keep your plants healthy in the midst of a heat wave. Shirley's tips are simple and cost effective, and will keep your plants at their best all year long. Shirley also debunks some common garden mistakes that may make the heat wave worse for your plants.
How to Grow an Indoor Micro Garden
Garden designer Shirley Bovshow shares some simple steps to creating your own micro garden. Not only is micro gardening inexpensive, as Shirley shows, you can start harvesting fresh and delicious sprouts and wheat grass in just a few days.
How to Deal With Newly Planted Trees Problems
Learn how to recognize and treat problems with a newly planted tree.
How to Plant a Cold Weather Garden
Garden Designer Shirley Bovshow shows which veggies to plant for a cold weather harvest. Among Shirley's picks are kale and spinach, both of which can survive temperatures below freezing. And as a bonus, 'Home and Family' co-host Cristina Ferrare shares a simple recipe for homemade kale chips.
How to Keep Your Fall Lawn Clean: 3 Must-Haves
Fall lawn maintenance tips include various ways to remove fallen leaves.
Why You Need to Aerate Your Lawn in the Fall
Jay encourages homeowners to use an aerator to revitalize compacted lawns.
Grow Vegetables in Cool Months with a Raised Garden Bed
Jay uses a kit to build a raised garden for winter herbs and vegetables.
Install a Composter and Rain Barrel to Recycle Lawn Waste
Composting and rain harvesting turn lawn waste into organic fertilizer.
Plants That Spread in the Garden
Learn how to spot and prevent plants that spread throughout your garden.
The Grumpy Gardener's Tips for Rooting Hydrangeas
Learn how to multiply your hydrangeas with this simple rooting technique.
Learn the Right Time to Prune
Learn the best times to prune any flowering tree or shrub from The Grumpy Gardener (aka Steve Bender).
Easy Ways to Change Hydrangea Colors
Whether you want pink or blue, it's easy to change the color of your hydrangea blooms.
How to Take Care of Lilies
Taking a look at a variety of lilies, learn how to grow them in your garden.
How To Get Rid of Stink Bugs
Learn three natural ways to get rid of stink bugs on plants from The Grumpy Gardener (aka Steve Bender).
How to Make Your Own Mulch With a Chipper Shredder
Matt Ellsworth from ECHO Inc. demonstrates how to safely make your own mulch using a chipper shredder and explains the benefits of using a chipper shredder over a chipper.
Benefits of a Multi-Purpose Gardening Tool
Matt Ellsworth from ECHO Inc. explains how to purchase a multi-purpose tool and the benefits of this budget-friendly tool.
Thinning the Vegetable Garden
Vegetable plants may grow too close together if the seeds were planted directly into the soil. Thinning is a necessary and great way to ensure the best growing conditions for your vegetables.