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.
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Great gardens begin with great tools. If your tools are broken or in disrepair, now’s the time to give them some TLC.
Ground covers are attractive and help polish off any lawn or garden. Learn methods to start, cultivate, and maintain ground cover for your lawn.
Growing tasty herbs in containers near the kitchen makes it easy to snip fresh stems when you need them. If you start early, basil, rosemary and parsley can grace your table with flavor, color and fragrance for many months.
Want a more Florida-friendly yard? Use natural resources wisely by conserving water, improving water quality and planting Florida natives.
No vegetable garden is complete without tomatoes. Let the experts show you how to plant, grow and care for your tomato plants.
Tropical plants are superstars and add color and drama to any space.
During the winter months, roomy containers, hanging baskets or strawberry jars are dependable ways to grow sweet strawberries.
A new planting season means your veggie bed deserves a makeover. Now is the time to improve soil and correct problems to ensure a successful harvest next year.
Poinsettias look great when used as accent plants, planted in mass in garden beds, or grouped to form flowering hedges.
Holiday houseplants make easy, beautiful gifts, and add style and festive cheer to your home.
To enjoy an early burst of color come spring, plant flowering bulbs now, before the ground freezes.