Entries for February 2008
You can improve your soil in a few weeks this fall with the time-honored practice of growing a cover crop.
Members share their tips for improving soil.
Plants, like other living things, need nutrients to keep growing.
Here's a primer to help you understand one of your garden's most basic ingredients.
Low-maintenance shrub roses are some of the easiest, and most rewarding, flowering plants you can grow.
A timeless expression of love, friendship, beauty, and peace.
If you love roses but don't want to fuss with tender, disease-prone garden roses, rugosa rose is for you.
A 2006 All-America Rose Selections winner
Shrub roses may need some coverup for the bare lower branches. Try my favorite companions as underplantings.
If you're looking for fragrant roses for your garden, consider English roses.