Before you put your home on the market take a look around. Would you buy a place that looks like yours?
Kill two birds with one stone by stocking both your garden and your pantry with these gorgeous edible plants.
Having a green thumb is not only a great skill to have — it can also save you big bucks!
Give your outdoor living space a little low-cost love this summer. No trips to the home and garden store required.
A lush lawn does not require a lush dollar amount. Try one of these inexpensive and environmentally-kind tricks to get the greenest grass on the block.
A few cheap, easy fixes will snaz up your home's curb appeal without making an ugly mess of your bank account.
Grab your paintbrush! A few simple (and frugal!) improvements can add much-needed curb appeal — and dollars — to your home's selling price.
Summer's around the corner, which means extra hours in the day for home improvement. Spruce up your backyard with a spiffy and affordable project.
With the holidays approaching the last thing on your mind is next year's lawn. Prep your yard now to save time and money on landscaping next spring.
If you've been eyeing your neighbor's perfectly landscaped lawn, try some of these strategies to create a low-cost outdoor oasis.
Home sellers can be low on leverage in a buyer's market. But these six simple, inexpensive things can help you make the sale.
From identifying flowers to knowing the best time to plant those peas, bring your old-fashioned garden up to snuff with these six stellar tech tools.
You don't have to be a handyman to take care of household hiccups. Instead, save money by handling these common problems yourself.
Over time, investing in green landscaping can reduce your heating bills as much as 25 percent and summer cooling bills by 50 percent or more.
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