If you want to grow amaryllis flowers like those you see in photos, start with large bulbs. They produce bigger stems and blooms.
Growing good-tasting sprouts is an easy indoor gardening project. Here's how.
In winter, when it's too cold to grow veggies outdoors, try 'farming' on the kitchen counter by growing sprouts. It's easy, and they taste great. Here's how to get started.
The 2011 garden catalogs are here, offering tempting new plants. But are the new plants really better than the older ones?
Red and white cyclamen plants provide great holiday color for this Vermont gardener.
Whether curly or flat-left, parsley is hardy, often the last herb to succumb to fall frost.
Flowering kale and cabbage, also called ornamental cabbage and kale, are two colorful stars of the fall garden. You can actually eat them, but they're really grown for their pretty leaves.
Cheese from the green mountain state is rich with flavors of clover and rain.
Want plenty of coleus plants next spring? It's easy to take cuttings and root them now.
Milkweed is best known for its usefulness to monarch butterflies, but it's a good plant for gardeners, too.