Transform your porch with a beach-y makeover that says, “Hello, summer.”
Bring the garden inside with five of our favorite cutting flowers for bouquets.
From kitchen cast-offs to potting mix bags, if it holds dirt and has drainage holes, it can be your container garden. You’re limited only by your imagination and resources.
Consider easygoing geraniums in your window boxes, containers or garden bed for regular color.
Coleus is a star of the shade garden, effortlessly showing off foliage in shades of lime, peachy pink and burgundy.
Pentas’ sparkling star-shaped red, pink or white flower clusters are a favorite of butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. Plant this tender perennial this summer.
The secret to a nonstop parade of colorful annual blooms is special treatment and frequent feedings.
Deck your porch or patio in patriotic style with red, white and blue flowers.
Whether your garden is small or large, chances are you will encounter a leaky garden hose end or sprinkler. Don’t trash it. Fix it with the help of this tip.
Make your garden a low-water, low-maintenance space.
Get into the spirit of July 4 with red, white and blue decor.
No plants are pest-proof, but there are measures you can take to protect your garden from hungry deer and rabbits.