No matter how much space you have, you can use a variety of plants in hanging baskets to show off your distinctive style and create an interesting display.
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Use shrubs throughout your yard and as a border for a stunning look all year long. Learn more about six flowering shrubs that create pops of color in your garden.
Dry your favorite flowers to keep the natural blooming beauty of summer going year-round. This craft preserves your favorite blooms by removing moisture and retaining the flowers’ original shape and color.
Succulents, clustered together into a ball, make a striking living arrangement. Succulents come in many unique shapes, colors, textures and sizes and can add drama and interest to the décor of any room.
Building an in-ground fountain can be daunting. Skip the digging, and instead, create an easy container fountain with this simple step-by-step.
Vertical gardening is perfect for growing veggies, such as peas and pole beans, that naturally want to climb. But they need your support.
A widespread and easily identifiable plant disease found on vegetables and flowers, powdery mildew appears as white to grayish spots on leaves, especially after warm and humid nights. Powdery mildew can slow down growth and, in extreme cases, kill plants.
When summer’s heat beats down on peppers, don’t try to save tattered plants on their last leg. Instead, restart your pepper season with fresh plants that will produce crops in the fall.
Add color anywhere in your garden when you practice potscaping, the art of growing plants in containers. This requires very little space and maintenance and allows you to bring color anywhere in your garden.
Feed increased bee and butterfly populations in the warm summer months when you plant these colorful, deer-resistant, drought tolerant perennials.
Fill your containers with heat-tolerant choices like snapdragon and fan flower. Refresh or renovate your plantings with flowers that thrive in hot weather.
Start with just a few seedlings of our favorite greens to grow a fresh supply. These greens are so productive, they deserve top billing in your fall vegetable garden.