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Create a maintenance-free, legacy garden with these daffodil and lily bulbs.
Learn about wild tulips that are suitable for harsher growing conditions.
Fall color has peaked on our Iowa farm. I harvested the last few cabbages and made a giant bowl of cole slaw. In the front lawn, in a circle around our sign, I dug a trench and planted 140 tulip...
Fall is in the air, and it's the perfect time to host a get-together at your place in the country!
Fall is in the air! Let's eat!
Letter from the Editor-in-Chief, Fall 2013 Fall is for eating. I’m harvesting potatoes, tomatoes, Brussels sprouts, and zucchini, and I’m pickling the last of the beets. My mom is baking...
There's no reason to work so hard raking leaves, make the leaves work for you
Radio interview source: David Robson, Extension Horticulture Educator, University of Illinois Listen to the radio mp3 or read below Raking up a big pile of leaves to jump into is great fun...
Pumpkin really is the taste of fall. Enjoy it in lattes, waffles, bars, pies, and more with these mouth-watering recipes!
Check off these chores and get your lawn and gardens ready for winter!
Decorate your pumpkin right, and it will carry you past Halloween, through the end of fall!
Dress up your acreage for fall with these simple DIY decorations!