Use the bounty of nature - and your own back yard - to create picture-perfect window boxes that will last from harvest to the holidays and beyond.
Updated: November 06, 2008, - 12:01 PM
It has been a decade since ex-Minnesotan Sarah Susanka's book sparked a revolution for "rightsized" homes.
Updated: October 21, 2008, - 11:04 AM
As food-shelf inventories fall, a local food bank is recruiting volunteers to pick excess fruit and vegetables and help fill the void.
Updated: October 14, 2008, - 01:30 PM
A new exhibit at the Bell Museum of Natural History celebrates duck stamps, the art form that's all too often associated with basement dens and hunting clubs.
Updated: October 07, 2008, - 01:30 PM
Yes, you should be concerned about emerald ash borer. But don't grab for an insecticide yet.
Updated: September 16, 2008, - 02:17 PM
Once your perennial gardens are established, they look pretty much the same from year to year -- give or take a few winter kills. So what do you do if you develop a sudden hankering for the color purple? Or fall for the latest Wave petunia?
Updated: June 11, 2008, - 01:54 PM
Home and Garden Editor Connie Nelson demonstrates different types of mulch to use for different plants in your yard.
Updated: June 10, 2008, - 03:27 PM
In a slow spring, Mother's Day marks the beginning of our short, frenzied growing season.
Updated: May 09, 2008, - 10:47 AM
Want to grow a little greener in your yard and garden? You don't have to plow up your perennials or rip out your Kentucky bluegrass. You can make a few simple changes that will benefit your plants -- and the environment.
Updated: April 24, 2008, - 11:47 AM