By Mark & Theresa Clement If the value of a project is measured in how often you use it, our compost bin is well near the top of the list. If measured like the Olympics, it’d consistently be on the medal stand. It’s a project that you can have up and running in a […]
By Matt Weber When it’s time to give your lawn its first summer haircut, be sure to keep the edges neat. Grass and weeds that grow next to driveways and sidewalks slowly begin to creep over the edges and encroach on the paved surface. A powered edger neatly cuts this organic material to leave a well-defined edge for a […]
By Clint C. Thomas, Esq. Photography by Zoe Thomas A Rose By any Other Name. Build a wooden rose arbor to enhance your home’s outdoor appeal.
By Charlie Self Cultivating Garlic in a Raised Bed
By Matt Weber I started my first backyard garden last year, having for decades watched my dad and grandfather tend large gardens of their own. I won’t claim to be an expert, but I have managed to grasp some basics that should be helpful for the first-timer. If you’re considering beginning your own garden of […]
By Clint C. Thomas, Esq. Photography by Zoe Thomas Making the most of a Backyard Garden
By Matt Weber Gear up for summer with new equipment for your outdoor improvements.
By Rob Robillard Create a beautiful water feature with some simple materials and a little ingenuity.
By Mark Clement The Hole truth: Tips for digging the perfect Post-Hole
By Charlie Self Here’s a heavy-duty garden bench for the DIY’er with a green thumb.