Set a naturally beautiful table with fruit and vegetables from your garden and farmer’s market, embellished with found objects from your home.
Butterflies and birds bring gardens to life. Invite them to your yard by planting flowers and native plants in a sunny spot.
Keep your garden beds and containers colorful all summer when you plant annual flowers that love hot weather.
Feeding makes plants healthier, bigger and more disease- and pest-resistant. And don’t be afraid to cut off flowers as they fade.
Shrubs and vines pack a powerful punch and bring height to areas in need. Learn more about these garden problem-solvers.
Because perennials return reliably year after year, they give you a lot of bang for your gardening buck. Look for them in many different colors, heights and forms.
Slightly cooler temperatures are perfect for growing salad greens. Whether harvesting as sprouts, tender baby greens, or mature, leafy greens, plant now for salads later.
Get more boom out of blooms by fertilizing roses and deadheading flowers.
Hurricanes wreak havoc on gardens, so start preparing long before the winds blow.
Sow annual and perennial seeds in late summer and early fall for inexpensive garden color.
Palm trees will quickly let you know when they’re unhappy. The problem could be too much or too little fertilizer. Let’s troubleshoot to find the problem with your palm.
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.