Your yard will be alight with white when you plant these native trees to brighten spring.
Finding sun, trees, and tree art at Chicago's Morton Arboretum. One installation covers a tree outdoors in colorful crochet.
Designing gardens with native plants brings great benefits.
Here's a simple way that gardeners can use to prevent damage to plants by playful dogs.
Should Southern California gardeners cultivate their soil? And what are the best ways to get rid of common weeds?
An entertaining tall tale explains why gardens have gates. It all started with cave dwellers.
You'll really enjoy relaxing outdoors when you create a cozy hideaway in your yard. Here are six tips to make your planning become reality.
Ideas from professional designers that you can use to create your own water garden or water feature.
If you garden in Southern California, April is the time to get busy and plant these flowers and vegetables.
Fragrance affects our memories of gardens.
To successfully grow vegetables in your home garden, follow these eight tips.
10 ways any gardener can go green -- practice sustainability -- in the garden on Earth Day and all year.
While spring weather is still cold enough for crocus to be blooming, an Iowa gardener plants 100 seed potatoes the easy way. In fall, he'll be able to dig up 60 to 75 pounds of spuds.
Keys to successful lawns in southern California include knowing when and how to fertilize.
A gardener and a chef team up with advice on growing and cooking with dill. Included is an easy recipe for dill-topped, salmon-stuffed eggs.
As spring turns to summer in the Deep South, cool-season vegetables and warm-season crops mingle.
Signs of spring abound in Vermont. Some are traditional and some are decidedly untraditional.
If an Eastern red cedar tree affects apple and crab apple trees with cedar apple rust, what are the choices for coping with the problem?
Bring on the sunshine! Flowers with orange and amber blooms brighten the garden. A garden designer recommends five great plants to experiment with.
Gardeners in Southern California and elsewhere around the country will find that starting flowers and vegetables from seed is simple and offers choices of many different types of plants.