Our gardening maintenance tips can help you keep your home cost efficient, safe & cozy.
Get to the root of this hotly contested compound to learn how it might yield more beautiful, bountiful plants.
Help keep your outdoor winter arrangements in great shape with these pointers from This Old House landscape contractor Jenn Nawada.
Want to learn how to take an overgrown flower bed and transform it into a beautiful garden? Watch as Landscape Contractor Jenn Nawada cleans up the garden by pruning, dividing, and defining the edges.
Few sights can make your heart sink like watching the spring-flowering bulbs you just planted become food for four-legged foragers. Read these tips to keep squirrels from eating your freshly planted bulbs.
Prune these specimens in the late winter or early spring for thicker foliage later on.
Give your lawn and garden the care they need by removing debris, dividing crowded perennials, and adding mulch—so plants can come back stronger.
Ask This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook helps a homeowner remove foundation shrubs that have overtaken the front of her house
Growing a Honeycrisp apple tree is the perfect challenge for a seasoned gardener located in colder states. In this guide, we’ll explain everything you need to know about the tree, from growing conditions to ongoing maintenance.
Spring is here, so it’s time to prime the house and garden for the warm-weather months ahead. Read on for tips on how to get everything ready for the summer.
These landscape drainage solutions prevent puddling and flooding and look good too.
Read this guide to learn why autumn is the best time of year to fertilize your yard.
By selecting a mulch that suits your plants and site conditions, you can achieve healthier soil, happier plants, and reduced erosion.
Bulbs are pretty easygoing, but with these tips you can help maximize blooms and increase the odds that they'll naturalize into more plants
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook shows the right way to prune shrubs
Nellie Stevens holly is an adaptable shrub that can survive under a wide range of conditions, from sun to shade, acidic soil to alkaline soil, and water to no water. Read this guide to learn how you can grow and maintain this evergreen, low-maintenance shrub.
You can't return "borrowed" seeds without harvesting and drying them first. All it takes is a few simple steps
This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook shares tips for using his four favorite gardening tools—five if you count his hands
Planting a no-fuss city garden with This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook