A kitchen garden full of red, yellow and orange tomatoes along with parsley, basil and rosemary screams summertime.
Transform your garden into a sea of color when you transplant seedlings and plant annual flowers.
Bees, butterflies and birds keep your vegetable garden growing and flower garden blooming. They are essential to a healthy landscape and a healthy planet.
Warm days and cool nights are the perfect time to plant early spring flowers like pansies and snapdragons. Find out how.
To keep your garden safe, identify garden pests then treat the problems they cause. Spot check your garden a few times a week.
What would a Southern summer be without okra, squash and peppers? These standards are easy to grow and thrive in hot weather.
Take some lessons from painters and sculptors: Step outside and visualize your landscape as a canvas.
Even if you started late, you can still have a lush garden of herbs and vegetables. Plant more mature edibles available in large pots.
Short on space? No problem. The beauty of growing herbs in containers is you can put them anywhere.
Create a show-stopping summer landscape with tropical and warm-season plants.
Here are four ways to keep unwanted pests out of your garden.
For a quick splash of color and guaranteed success, buy ready-made containers with combinations of flowers that thrive in the same conditions.