Are you in a gardening rut? Then it's time to explore something you haven't done before -- maybe floral design.
An attractive dooryard garden doesn’t have to be complicated, expensive, or time-consuming. Ditch the dull foundation shrubs and create a good-looking garden by the front door.
Near Tarrytown, N.Y., Philipsburg Manor re-creates a slave garden that shows how slaves in the 1700s grew food for themselves and to sell.
In New York's Hudson Valley, the gardens of the Rockefellers' Kykuit estate can enrich your gardening experience.
Hardy gloxinia was popular in the past, but fell out of fashion for some reason. Maybe now's the time for this attractive plant to make a comeback in American gardens.
Fragrance affects our memories of gardens.
To create your ideal garden, start by deciding why you garden and what appeals to you about the natural world.
A yellow clivia such as Golden Dragon is an easy to grow houseplant that chases away the winter blues.
Shiitake mushrooms are the ultimate low-maintenance gourmet edible. It's easy to grow your own and save plenty of money.
People love to attend flower shows when the weather outside is shivery. To get the most out of your visit, here are a few tips.