By Heloise Dear Heloise: Right about now, many people start to think of spring gardening. To get seedlings started, I cut off the lid to an egg carton (foam or cardboard) and use the individual egg slots.
On May 23, you’ll be able to walk through the gates of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and be transported from Spain and Malta to China, Japan, Canada, Mexico and Bermuda. Many of this year’s gardens evoke
Landscape architects share their thoughts on everything from the new succulent to how to make the most of a small outdoor space Those lucky enough to call an outdoor terrace, patio, or yard of their own
Blueberries are beautiful multi-taskers in the world of edible landscaping. The plants offer something lovely throughout the year — showy red foliage in the fall, delicate white and pink blooms in the
By Heloise Dear Readers: My mother, the original Heloise (I) (1919-1977), was every housekeeper’s helper, friend and cheerleader. She really championed her “housewifes” as she called her readers, because,
You don’t need an inexhaustible amount of acreage to achieve the home garden you’ve always dreamed of. Limited as their square footage may be, compact outdoor areas can be every bit as aesthetically pleasing