Entries for February 2008
Don’t take this cute, tidy, tasty plant for granted—it will make your life better in many ways.
Compost better, faster, and more efficiently with the system that’s right for you and your garden.
Even if you don't live in a region where wisteria is hardy, you're probably familiar with these lovely fast-growing vines.
Old-fashioned and easy to grow, columbines are a long-time garden favorite.
As frost begins to nip at our gardens, it's time to think about winterizing ponds and other water features.
Here's how to choose the right style of water feature for your garden.
A tropical tomato relative, has dark purple flowers that fade to lavender-purple and then fade to white.
Ornamental crabapples (Malus spp.) make nice specimen trees, and produce beautiful flowers and fruits.
In midsummer, when the heat is on and the lawn is brown, you might start looking for something to plant that’s tougher and prettier than finicky turf.
White fir is an especially beautiful coniferous evergreen.