Columbine is tough, tolerant, and able to adapt to a wide variety of soil and light conditions.
Large yard or small, the grass needs to be cut. This simple guide will help you choose the right mower for the job.
To attract more birds to your garden, try these tips.
It’s tough, it’s pretty, bees like the flowers, it grows practically anywhere, and it stays green in the heat of summer when turf grass has turned crispy.
Follow our tips on using pesticides safely on kids and pets.
A crisp edge to your garden not only is visually appealing, but also makes your gardening easier.
Members share tips for corralling tomatoes.
From basil, catnip and mint, our members share what herbs they love to grow in their garden and how they put them to good use.
If you want to grow your own coleus from seed, here are some cultivars to try.
The elegant purple-blue flowers of this native iris are a pretty sight in spring, and they are—but even better are the long, tapered, swordlike leaves, which last until fall.