Have you noticed how the light changes in your garden from season to season?
Creamy melted peanut butter and warm fudge sauce over a rich, dense chocolate cake.
Beloved for its sensational spicy fragrance, mock orange is making a comeback, with many exciting new cultivars. One reblooms in late summer.
Prolific blossoms, fragrant leaves, and cold-hardiness make catmint a perfect plant for almost any garden.
Attract hummingbirds, butterflies, and mason bees to your garden because they're excellent pollinators.
You don't have to like to eat okra to find it useful. Okra has beautiful flowers, and its dried pods are great in crafts, especially on fall wreaths.