A trio of woodland wonders thrives in a Midwest shade garden.
If yout want to learn more about gardening from reading glossy magazines, both the photos and the articles matter.
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.
Fragrance affects our memories of gardens.
At the JC Raulston Arboretum in Raleigh, N.C., a spring gala celebrates exciting changes at the well-known garden.
To create your ideal garden, start by deciding why you garden and what appeals to you about the natural world.
A dish garden of mostly mosses evokes a spirit of peacefulness and serenity. Mosses grow both inside and on the outside of the hypertufa container.
Josee and Bloomerang lilacs are sold as rebloomers, which will flower in late summer and fall as well as in spring. How do they really perform in the Midwest?
A yellow clivia such as Golden Dragon is an easy to grow houseplant that chases away the winter blues.
Keeping a garden journal allows a gardener to collect a great deal of useful information in one place. But finding a system that works for you may not be easy.