Overcome the shortcomings of a shady landscape when you choose plants that thrive in limited amounts of sunlight. Instead of brilliantly blooming annuals, choose boldly foliated perennials that prefer partial shade.
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Create your own kokedama with moss, twine and your favorite houseplants. Get the DIY from this video from Costa Farms.
Try these five ways to fertilize your organic garden.
Flowers may come and go, but colorful foliage will anchor your garden spaces and provide visual interest throughout the year.
Create an oasis in your outdoor space where you can unwind, relax and entertain.
Plant easy-growing, flowering clematis for showy blooms.
Just being in a garden promotes a sense of well-being. With time and little bit of know-how, it’s possible to build this sense of positive energy into your garden space.
Plant hanging baskets for a hummingbird feast.
Plant beautiful groundcovers to keep shade looking bright.
Favorites of hummingbirds and butterflies, yet rarely eaten by deer, long-flowering annual salvias are among the best sources of bright red color in the summer garden.
Container gardens pack a lot of punch in a planter. With the thriller element in place, it’s time to add a filler to punch up the color and add body.
Create your container garden masterpiece by selecting a thriller element. The thriller gives height and texture and sets the tone for remaining plants.