Coleus is a star of the shade garden, effortlessly showing off foliage in shades of lime, peachy pink and burgundy.
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Consider easygoing geraniums in your window boxes, containers or garden bed for regular color.
Accent your next bouquet of flowers with edible herbs.
Make your garden a low-water, low-maintenance space.
Spark up the wood-fired pizza oven and other outdoor kitchen ideas.
Get into the spirit of July 4 with red, white and blue decor.
Easier to grow than tomatoes, peppers are a perfect edible for the beginner gardener.
When peppers are ripe, use scissors to cut them from the vine, rinse off in cool water and use in these recipes.
This easy DIY crate holds all your fruits and veggies, including those you pick from your garden.
Planting brightly colored annuals is instant and consistent gratification. Either in planters or in the ground, annuals liven up your garden with summer-long color.
Stake your tomatoes for healthy, plump and juicy tomatoes all season long.
It doesn’t take much time to begin composting. Here’s how to get started.