Topic: Betty Earl
Nothing brightens the shady spots in a garden better than cascading Hakone grass, also known as Japanese forest grass.
08/12/2011 08:35 am
How one gardener turned a small horticultural wasteland into a delightful part of the yard.
06/24/2011 08:40 am
A trio of woodland wonders thrives in a Midwest shade garden.
05/10/2011 04:08 pm
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.
04/26/2011 03:51 pm
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?
03/31/2011 08:40 am
Garden writers recommend more of the books that really impressed them in the past year.
03/30/2011 08:45 am
Redbud trees are a colorful sign of spring. And they're easy to grow. Here's how to to force their branches into bloom indoors weeks before they flower outside.
03/09/2011 08:05 am
Save a couple of the amaryllis bulbs you bought this winter and plant them outdoors in the garden. Yes, even if you live in the Midwest!
03/02/2011 09:05 am
Did your amaryllis bulb originate in South Africa, the Netherlands, or Israel? Its source may make a difference in when it blooms.
02/21/2011 12:33 pm
Brugmansia, or angel's trumpets, are the stars of any late-summer garden with their bold textures and exotic blooms. These tropical plants can easily be overwintered if you have room.
02/03/2011 10:26 am