|10 Tips for Taking Great Garden Photos
Catalog your garden with a photography investment. Get started by mastering a few of these simple tips that will give your garden photos a professional touch.
|Controlling Moths: Storage Tips For Seasonal Clothing
Storage tips to prevent household pests. Changing temperatures means it’s time to put away your seasonal clothing. By taking steps to store clothes safely, you can prevent household pests from making a meal out of your favorite clothing.
|Firewood Safety Tips
Wood-fueled fires can be fun and memorable. It is important to review safety tips when using firewood because there are a number of potential dangers or issues you might not normally think of.
|How To Care for Live Christmas Trees
Live Christmas trees are a holiday classic. Keep your entire holiday season merry and bright by understanding how to properly care for a Christmas tree so it stays healthier longer.
|How To Choose a Christmas Tree
A Christmas tree is the most important decoration. Different people have different Christmas tree needs and it is important to understand how to select a tree that meets those needs.
|Ideas for Your Garden Scrapbook
Garden scrapbooks mean creating a fun keepsake. These scrapbooks can function as inspiration, a filing spot, a recipe book, or even just a crafty project to tackle.
|Pest-Free Firewood and Natural Decor
Outdoor and natural décor can be a great aesthetic. Bringing in outside materials puts you at risk for pests and it is important to understand the ways to keep your home safe while still having fun.
|Picking the Perfect Pumpkin
Pumpkins have a great number of uses. No matter if you are carving, baking or creating a display with them, here’s how to pick the perfect pumpkin.
|Storing and Seasoning Firewood
Enjoying a fire is always a cold weather classic. By seasoning and storing wood properly, you'll have wood that burns cleaner, produces less smoke and creosote and yields more heat more efficiently.
|Winterize Your Home Against Pests
Winter temperatures cause insects to gain shelter. Tumbling temperatures and autumn rains signal summer’s fade into fall. Insects register these clues and start to search for shelter. Take these steps to prepare your home these insects.