For gardeners and tea fans alike, growing your own herbal tea garden is an alternative to store-bought tea bags. Experiment with different flavor combinations for your own special tea.
Looking for a unique plant stand design to fit in front of just about any window? If you’re running out of room for houseplants, this A-frame plant stand can provide the space needed to add a few more to the collection.
Birds add life, sound and movement to a garden. Keep birds hydrated when you add a bird bath like this concrete version. Check out the DIY project and build a hydration station for your feathered friends.
See more Simple Tips for your region here. You'll find great gardening advice on caring for your lawn, flowers and edibles, designed to address your specific climate and growing conditions.
Trending in Your Area
About the Middle Atlantic Region
Major cities in the Mid-Atlantic include Baltimore, Newark, Wilmington, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Washington DC, Wilmington, Rochester and Buffalo. There are four distinct seasons, a moderate climate and mostly fertile soils. The average growing season ranges from April to November in the coastal areas to May to September in northern inland regions. Summers are hot and humid on the coast while inland it remains cool and dry, with temperatures averaging in the mid-80s°F. Winters rarely get below 0°F in coastal areas but northern, inland areas see heavy snow and cold from late November to March, with abundant rainfall that averages between 30-40 inches annually. Soil ranges from sandy loam to silt loam to limestone. Green and fertile, all vegetables and annuals grow well here.
Find your region using our regional map.