Last week, we talked about how to make a successful planter using thrillers, fillers, and spillers. This week, we are going over some different combinations of plants that you can use to change up how your planters look.
With warmer weather on the way and most of us staying home, now is the perfect time to start your garden. In this week's Owning Your Outdoors, our yard and garden expert Doug Schroeder from Lewis, explains what a Victory Garden is and what you need to do to get started.
Now that it's fall, your lawn will start to lose its green color and seem to be fading away for winter. While that might be the case, don't let it fool you. Fall is actually one of the most important times of the year for lawn care.
Succulents are cactus type plants that are very popular and easy to care for. In this week's Owning Your Outdoors, our yard and garden expert, Doug Schroeder from Lewis, shows us how to plant succulents that will thrive indoors all year long.
Whether it's dirt, dust, bird poop or the weather, our lawn chairs and patio furniture take a lot of abuse. In this week's Owning Your Outdoors, we're going to share some maintenance tips and tricks that will extend the life of your outdoor furniture.
If you love plants but don't have a lot of time to spend weeding, watering and fertilizing, this week's edition of Owning Your Outdoors is for you! Air plants are unique and so easy to maintain that they don't need soil.
The city of Sioux Falls is working hard to manage the spread of Emerald Ash Borer. While it can't be stopped, the effects can be delayed, giving residents more time to plan the replacement of their existing ash trees.
In this edition of Owning Your Outdoors, we are gardening with kids. Lewis yard and garden expert, Doug Schroeder says gardening is great for kids because it's a fun, inexpensive family activity that also teaches patience responsibility.
June is rose month and that's exactly what this edition of Owning Your Outdoors is all about. While popular for giving, roses sometimes get a bad rap for being a little difficult to grow. Doug Schroeder from Lewis, our yard and garden expert, says that is definitely not the case.