Closely managing temperature, sunlight and water intake will help solve the riddle of maintaining decorative plants this holiday season.
When temperatures start to cool, home décor heats up—often using Virginia-grown products like chrysanthemums, cornstalks, pumpkins and gourds.
It’s never too late to revive a struggling lawn.
Contrary to popular belief, there aren’t more snakes in Virginia than usual this spring.
Freshly cut herbs are a flavorful addition to many recipes and are increasingly easy to find. Many grocery stores carry potted culinary herbs in the produce section, ready to consume.