The newest tools are adapted to the way we garden today, designed for efficiency, comfort and ease of motion. Our Garden Club editors select their favorites.
Gardeners in the warmest climates can plant seedlings and even direct sow outdoors throughout the year, but most gardeners will need to be cautious about setting out plants.
Gardens, just like fashion, change every year based on the hottest new trends. Here are 5 top garden trends for 2016.
Raised beds are an easy, low-maintenance way to grow vegetables. The soil generally warms earlier than that in the ground, which means many gardeners are able to plant earlier in the season.
Citrus trees are heavy feeders, and in order to have flowers and fruit, they need to be fertilized regularly. Here’s how.
Want to get a head start on your superfood garden? Try starting indoors with these easy steps to start your mirco green garden before spring.
Young fruit trees are pruned to train them to become structurally sound. Learn more on how to prune and protect your fruit tree.
Growing annual flowers and vegetables from seeds started indoors can be rewarding. Learn how to start seeds indoors from the gardening experts at The Home Depot.
Drought-tolerant plants save you time and money. It’s a win-win. See our picks for the best eight water-saving plants.
Healthy fruits and veggies start from the ground up. Add fresh compost this week in your garden.
Seed tapes and seed mats ensure that every seed is perfectly spaced, that none are wasted and no thinning will be required. They are easy to make at home.
Discover tart, juicy rhubarb. It’s big, beautiful, tasty and makes mouthwatering pies and delicious jams.