Red, ripe homegrown tomatoes are the crown jewel in many a vegetable garden. Let this be the year that you can say the same, with luscious fruit grown in your backyard garden, patio or balcony. Follow our 10-step plan for the best tomatoes ever.
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Even if you have a small garden, you can still grow fruit trees. Fruit trees naturally break dormancy and start to grow in early spring, so that is the best time to plant. Until then, daydreaming about what and where you will plant is time well spent.
Plant roses with these helpful tips. Growing roses is relatively easy when they get at least six hours of sunlight each day.
Learn how to start a garden even when winter is throwing its worst at you.
Plant early spring flowers like pansies and snapdragons when the days are warm and the nights are cool. Discover tips for beautiful spring flowers.
Get planting now for early spring flowers with pansies and snapdragons.
Know what you grow. Make plant markers in 4 easy steps.
The wrong tree in the wrong place can be a hazard during a hurricane. With the right planning, a hurricane-resistant landscape can be yours.
When it comes to trees and shrubs, it’s fall, not spring, that is the ideal time to plant.
New daffodil varieties are available in heat-tolerant varieties that can handle the hot weather in warm climates.
Plant perennial peonies in the fall to give them time to get established while the ground is still warm and easy to work. After cool temps, spring will bring lush, colorful peonies.
Daffodils are an easy-to-grow, cheerful sign of spring that people love. Good news for gardeners: Deer don’t like daffodils.