Fall is the perfect time to give your yard, garden or window boxes a seasonal refresh.
Lefferts Avenue between Bedford and Rogers Avenues has been awarded the 24th annual Greenest Block in Brooklyn contest, it was announced this morning.
Raising chickens in a Brooklyn backyard is easier than you might think, say those who've done it.
Planting fruits and vegetables in a typical compact and shady Brooklyn backyard with contaminated soil presents a challenge for urban gardeners.
Even the most basic deck requires permits and must adhere to strict code requirements to be legal in Brooklyn.
Before you attempt your own window boxes, or hire an expert to install them, consider these tips from local gardeners.
When the groundhog tests the weather in early February, it’s time to start thinking about the rotting fence you never got around to replacing.
Proponents of the lush walls of plants say they provide noise insulation, clean the air, and create a soothing environment.
Plant canopies are the newest way to beautify the inconvenient reality of garbage storage on tiny city plots.
Artificial grass is catching on in Brooklyn backyards, where shady conditions make it a low-maintenance and cost-effective alternative to real turf.