It may sound like a strange concept, but when you deep fry turkey, it comes out is moist and delicious and not at all greasy.
You can grow your own sweet, juicy, plant-ripened pineapples without a trip to the islands. Here's how.
It’s so pretty and common, in fact, that many people don’t realize that the whole oleander plant can be dangerous.
Do you love to swim, but hate the smell and other problems that come from a chlorinated pool? Well, natural swimming pools might be the answer for you.
Honey color & flavor differs depends on the nectar source - the flower blossoms - visited by the honey bees. Here are some of the varieties you might see.
You play it safe, so how can a young child drown in the pool? Researchers have discovered several common circumstances of at-home drownings.
If you want to make your own lawn have the dark and light striped grass like on major league ball fields, here's how.
Whatever the reason you're looking to find the right grass seed solution for your lawn, read on - we have some lawn tips.
Almost any kid raised in California will probably tell you that it’s illegal to a California poppy. But is it true?
These polymer clay plant markers are simple to make, and they're a creative way to identify your favorite plants.
This easy-to-make country plant pokes craft gives a personal and homey touch to your garden path, and help you keep track of what you planted where!
Playing outside in the summer can be as fun as you remember - even for today's kids - so introduce some sprinkler games to a new generation!
The routine task of lawn mowing can be extremely dangerous if proper safety precautions aren't taken. Here are tips to help you prevent lawn mower injuries!
Whether you're in the city or the suburbs, it's become downright trendy to raise backyard chickens. Here's what to consider before you start a flock.
Backyard chickens can be a great resource if properly managed and given appropriate care. To help, here are tips from a university Poultry Specialist.
Are Slip ‘n Slides safe for adults? Actually, they're not - and here's why. (Who knew you could outgrow a sheet of wet plastic?!)
Do you love to swim, but hate the smell and eye burn you get every time you jump into a chlorinated pool? A natural swimming pool might just be the answer.
Common household products, human foods and plants can be dangerous for pets -- especially dogs, cats and other small animals.