Pruning roses improves health, promotes flowering and prevents disease. Here’s how.
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.
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.
More organic matter in the garden leads to more food for flowers to thrive. Mix organic materials into the soil to help it hold moisture, loosen clay and add nutrients.
Whether for Valentine’s Day or Heart Month, celebrate the loveliest month of them all with houseplants favored for their red or pink flowers and colorful foliage.
Refresh mulch now to reduce time spent weeding and watering.
Before digging in the garden, check out new technology that will help make your blooms brighter, lawn greener and assist with planning your vegetable and flower beds.
African violets are small, cheery plants with fuzzy leaves have exquisite flowers in shades of blue, pink, white, and of course, violet.
When you petscape and see your pets relaxing and enjoying their special spaces, you’ll be glad you did the petscaping. Your paw’d pals will stay safe and your gardens can grow and bloom without obstruction.
Roses are hard to resist, but the choices can be difficult for first-time rose gardeners. Read on to learn about the different varieties of roses.
Blooming shrubs and vines pack a powerful punch in your garden. Plant honeysuckle and clematis vines for fragrance and to attract butterflies.