Nothing brightens the winter months like the color and fragrance of paperwhites and amaryllis.
The big, bold flowers that make poinsettias popular look great when used as accent plants or grouped to form flowering hedges. Learn how to plant poinsettias outdoors.
Camellias produce a great number of flower buds; encourage bigger blooms with disbudding.
Hanging baskets quickly decorate any space and are easy to replace and refresh for a new look that changes with the seasons.
New daffodil varieties are available in heat-tolerant varieties that can handle the hot weather in warm climates.
Celebrate Mother’s Day by giving Mom a rose or gardenia, with an IOU to do the planting while she relaxes.
Soaker hoses use much less water than spray hoses or sprinklers, and are easy to set up and use.
Deck your porch or patio in patriotic style with red, white and blue flowers.
Houseplants clean indoor air and add beautiful greenery even on the coldest days of winter. Read more to learn how houseplants purify dry indoor air.
A layer of mulch prevents weed seeds from sprouting and best of all, the materials are free.
Plant fall bulbs in containers that reward with colorful blooms in spring.
Succulents need little water and are easy to grow anywhere. If you’re busy, travel frequently or are guilty of a little neglect, succulents are for you.