Picking the Best Splitting Maul for the Job

Picking the Best Splitting Maul for the Job | GardenersPath.com

If you enjoy splitting your own wood for the fireplace or backyard fire pit, join us in an exploration of the best tool for the job: the splitting maul. Different in design and function from an axe, this is a tool meant to divide wood along the grain with the least amount of effort. Read along as we take a closer look at the features that make this tool so effective, and discover our favorites for the task.

19 Fragrant Flower and Shrub Favorites for Your Garden

Learn which flowers and shrubs give your garden a heavenly scent | GardenersPath.com

Several aspects of a plant inform our decisions in the garden. Color, shape, size, maintenance, and growing requirements all come into play. But one component can make us forget about everything else – fragrance. Heady, intoxicating, sweet, fruity, sensuous, and spicy, the scent of a flower is incomparable! Join us for a look at 19 fragrant flower and shrub favorites.

Radishes: Peppery, Piquant, and Easy to Grow

Get expert tips about growing radishes in your garden | GardenersPath.com

Radishes have a unique taste with outstanding crunch. Quick to mature, the taproots are a garden staple for salads – but all parts are edible, and delicious! Get all the info you need on how to grow and enjoy these early spring veggies right here on Gardener’s Path.

Parsley: The Wonder Herb That’s Easy to Grow

Use curly leaf parsley as an accent plant in your landscape | GardenersPath.com

Parsley has a rich and storied history, and its substantial health properties and usefulness as a garden herb are timeless. Easy to grow and propagate, this attractive herb is a welcome addition to veggie patches and flower containers, and storage of surplus stock is simple as well. Get all the details on how to grow and enjoy parsley – read more now on Gardener’s Path.

Easy Bulb Propagation for the Home Gardener

A hand in a beige and off-white gardening glove holds a bulb with rootlike offsets, with a blue ceramic dish, a paring knife, and more bulbs in the background, on a surface covered with smooth gray pebbles.

Bulbs add beautiful blooms to the garden, and many of them will happily multiply and naturalize on their own. But some, usually the expensive ones, are more reluctant to divide and need manual manipulation for offspring to form. Join us now for all the details on how to successfully propagate your own bulbs at home.

Chrysanthemums – A Late Season Dazzler

Chrysanthemums are gorgeous late in the season | GardenersPath.com

To extend the flowering season of your garden, look no further than the chrysanthemum. With a beautiful variety of flower shapes and colors, this autumn mainstay shines brightly when all the other flowers have packed it in for the year. Join us now for a closer look at this easy-to-grow perennial!