Want to grow your own veggies and herbs but are short on space, sunlight or patience — or all three? The Farmstand from Lettuce Grow will have you growing your own in no time.
He's the curly-headed, blue-eyed gardener who can make jokes with Martha while planting perennials. Let’s find out more about this horticultural hero.
Including a garden spade, transplanting spade and gardening fork, this essential set gives you the right tools to nurture your garden from the ground up.
Featured in Martha Knows Best, the hori-hori, also known as a Japanese soil knife, is the must-have multi-tool for gardeners everywhere. Just like its namesake, Martha's version is both strong and pretty.
Whether you want to preserve your garden harvest or make healthy snacks for school lunches, discover how handy a food dehydrator can be and find out which model is right for you.
Summer heat affecting your sleep? Try a cooling comforter made from eco-friendly eucalyptus fabric by a company committed to sustainability.
Learn to braid garlic for storage and have flavorful — and beautiful — homegrown garlic at your fingertips well into winter.
Protect trees, shrubs, flowers and veggies from late spring frosts and freezes with these tried-and-true tips.
It's perfectly acceptable to grow many veggies and herbs from transplants instead of seed, and you can even order some online.
This Native American planting method combining corn, beans and squash was sustainable before sustainable was cool.
Does a durable women's overall that works hard in the garden, shop or studio — and also looks good on you — sound too good to be true? I had to find out.
No garden? No problem. Try growing your own food right on your kitchen countertop with systems that require little space, time or maintenance.
Greige is making a comeback! The new forms, including Gristmill Greige from HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams, are warm and welcoming. See how designer Brian Patrick Flynn used greige in HGTV Dream Home 2020.
Learn what marimo moss balls are, how to grow them, where to buy them and — best of all — why you need them in your life.
And who doesn’t need a little pick-me-up in winter?