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Thu, May 09, 2013 6:05 PM
Yes, there is such a thing as a shade vegetable. Some vegetables prefer limited exposure to sunlight. But it's important to know which veggie needs what.
Robert Fidler, who thought it would be a grand idea to hide his faux castle home under a giant haystack for 4 years to avoid persecution from local planning authorities, is ordered to demolish it.
After decades of getting the cold shoulder from the Royal Horticultural Society, garden gnomes will at long last be recognized — and acknowledged by the queen — at the world's most esteemed garden show.
Setting out to tell the story of the tiny house movement in an easy-to-digest infographic, Ryan Mitchell launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund the project. Not surprisingly, it got a big response.
What it and other acronyms mean, who the stakeholders are, and why you should pay attention.
In Providence, the biggest city in America's smallest state, comes a 48-unit micro-apartment complex that aims to revive a struggling 19th-century indoor shopping center.
The Eames Foundation launches a 250-year conservation campaign to help protect and preserve the Pacific Palisades studio and home of the beloved modern design duo.
Furnishings that pull double or triple duty really earn their keep.
Think you can't grow anything? Try these easy-to-grow seeds in your garden and change that perception.
Join the grow your own movement by following these simple tips for finding seeds.
Feeling a lil' chilly this President's Day? Crank down the thermostat and break out that hooded sweatshirt — a versatile wardrobe staple that can help you save a few bucks on wintertime heating bills.
Here's how to make a small space look and feel bigger without adding an inch.
Monsanto charges that Vernon Hugh Bowman used the company's patented soybean genes without permission.
Now that asteroid 2012 DA14 has safely passed without incident, it's safe to emerge from your bunker and catch up on stories about farmhouse porn, heart-bombing and the death of green design.
About half the stuff you throw away is compostable. Here's what can and can't go in the pile.
Is your beloved compost pile a deadly source of contagion, ready to claim its next victim? Well, yes and no.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.