Learn which succulents you can grow outside and tips for keeping them healthy and happy.
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Wondering what to do with those tomato seedlings you didn’t plant? Read on to find out about volunteer tomatoes in the garden.
Get ideas and inspiration to create an outdoor retreat that fits your budget and style.
Learn how to make rustic planters for succulents. These rustic hypertufa planters make great gifts, including for moms.
Grow a cut flower garden this year and fill your home with colorful bouquets of blooms. A cutting garden can be a production garden or a few ornamentals tucked among the vegetables. It can include all kinds of blooms, from low-investment, big-reward blooms you can grow from seed, like sunflowers and zinnias, to Instagram-worthy blooms like dahlias and peonies.
Two healthy favorites, strawberries and blueberries, also happen to be easy to grow in your landscape or small space garden. They can be planted in your garden, and they perform well in containers, too. Give one or both a try this year.
Knock Out roses bloom from spring to frost, creating a stunning show of beautiful flowers. They can fit into any landscape in most climates. Plant them individually as a focal point, among other shrubs, or in large groups to create a colorful hedge.
Get started gardening anywhere by understanding your site, what will grow best there and by providing the best ingredients for success. From windowsill gardens to rooftop raised beds, we’ll give you tips for success with challenging garden sites.
Learn more about Bermuda grass, a tough, drought tolerant choice for hot Southern summers. Bermuda grass needs good drainage and thrives in areas with full, direct sun.
People want to know where their food comes from and grow it organically, lending to the resurgence of Victory Gardens. It takes minimal investment and helps you save on produce, all the while helping you do your part in preserving the environment.
Rotate your crops to keep edibles at their best year after year. Vegetable gardening takes a lot of nutrients out of soil, and certain kinds of plants can bring diseases and attract pests. When you vary the placement of certain crops each year, you can build up the soil rather than deplete it.
Watch butterflies, bees and hummingbirds flock to your outdoor space when you create a garden buffet for pollinators.