Home and Family, Horticulture

Keep growing with herbs indoors this fall, winter

Just because days are shorter and colder and the outdoor gardening days are over, that doesn't mean growing must come to an end. Read More

Woman picking leaves of basil greenery (Photo: iStock - OKrasyuk)

Keep growing with herbs indoors this fall and winter

Neatening up the lawn in autumn or fall using a lawnmower to cut and bag the grass and dead leaves under trees alongside the road (Photo: iStock - Ozgur Coskun)
Carved jack-o-lantern (Photo: iStock - IvanMikhaylov)

Halloween’s Irish twist begins with ‘Stingy Jack’

Planting strawberries in the cooler months is ideal for better quality fruit. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Sam Craft)
Mowing the grass (Photo: iStock - stoncelli)

What to do now to ensure a green lawn in the Spring

(Photo courtesy of University of Missouri Extension.)

Average first frost about 2 weeks away in northern Missouri

Jeff Whitworth, associate professor of entomology at Kansas State University, discusses the insects that have been the most prevalent in wheat and sorghum the last few years. (Journal photo by Lacey Vilhauer.)
Wooden basket full of fresh, organic vegetables. (iStock - Brzozowska)

Cool-season vegetables are hot choice for fall garden