Gardens, just like fashion, change every year based on the hottest new trends. Here are 5 top garden trends for 2016.
Discover tart, juicy rhubarb. It’s big, beautiful, tasty and makes mouthwatering pies and delicious jams.
Pruning roses improves health, promotes flowering and prevents disease. Here’s how.
Remove weeds and their seeds from your lawn now to help prevent years of weed woes.
By using the right tool, you can accomplish any garden task. Invest in the right tool for the right project by following our list of seven garden tools every gardener needs.
Watch a sliver of a seed sprout into a full head of lettuce when you plant a cool-season salad garden.
Use ripe cucumbers and dill foliage and flowers to flavor your homemade pickles.
Start fast-growing lettuces indoors now. You’ll have baby greens in less than a month and a second harvest two weeks later.
Herbs do double duty when paired with long-blooming flowers. See our tip for suggested pairings.
There is a wide range of water-wise plants – from thick-leafed succulents to low-water annuals.
A dry creek bed is more than simply a ditch with rocks in it. Whether you are trying to divert drainage or stop erosion, this landscape feature is easier to build than it looks.
Houseplants instantly brighten up any space. Plus, they naturally purify the air, improve your well-being and reduce your risk of colds. Here are our picks for the five easiest houseplants to grow.