Lemongrass can be an effective all-natural mosquito repellant, but only if you use it correctly. This article will give you tips and tricks on using lemongrass to repel those pesky summertime insects!
Learn how to propagate basil from a stem cutting and grow it into a healthy, productive plant, so you can have all the basil your heart desires.
When you buy fertilizer for your garden, your lawn, your trees and shrubs, or your houseplants, understanding the “fine print” on the package can be a little confusing. Let’s look at a fertilizer label and decode the information so we can better understand how to read a fertilizer bag.
We did some research in order to help you understand why your dog is attracted to mulch, ways to keep Fido away from it, and some alternatives to traditional wood chip mulch that will be less attractive to him.
While mint is largely harmless to dogs, it’s not always best to let them eat it. Here, we’ll go over your questions about dogs eating mint and will offer a few solutions!
For the most part, succulents are non-toxic. However, there are a few succulents that are poisonous to cats in large enough quantities.
Dogs eat grass in order to treat themselves for upset stomachs… or do they? While this may be one factor, there are definitely other causes! So if it’s not for upset stomachs, why do dogs eat grass? And is there anything you can do to help them stop?
Many of gardeners think of hay and straw as the same thing, or at least close to the same thing, and think they can be used interchangeably. Both are useful in the garden, however, there are some important differences between hay and straw.