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Tried-and-true childrearing wisdom never goes out of style.
There are so many beautiful options beyond hostas and impatiens.
Make the world a nicer place with these simple gestures.
Maybe it's time to bring these oldies-but-goodies back to your holiday celebrations.
Embrace the attitude and traditions of an earlier generation for old-fashioned holiday fun.
Here's how to find peace in the season even when your heart is hurting
There's nothing like scoring one-of-a-kind treasures at estate sales.
No, chopping firewood and scrubbing clothes on a washboard aren't on the list.
Keep your holiday plants beautiful the whole season long and beyond.
If you want to stay together forever, that is.
Plant these bulbs ASAP for gorgeous color when spring rolls around.
Hop aboard and let someone else do the driving while you leaf-peep.
Every state has its own distinctive culture and traditions.
It's easy and fun to grow your own pumpkins.
Some old-school traditions and manners we wish would make a comeback.
Kids will never have to deal with these old-school annoyances we all endured growing up.
How does your garden grow? Hint: With help from these green thumb-approved workhorses.
Keep grandma's memory close by filling your garden with her favorite blooms.
Plant a garden that invites bees, butterflies, birds and other pollinators to stay a while.
These sweetly scented plants add another level of enjoyment to your garden.
Companion planting just may help your garden grow.
Edible landscaping, or foodscaping, has exploded as the hottest gardening trend in years.
Live peacefully with hungry animals, big and small.
These gorgeous plants will shine all season long.
While our grandparents may have been frugal from necessity, there's a lot we can learn from their thriftiness.
Plan a family getaway to one of these seasonal celebrations.