Fairy gardens are increasingly popular these days. Here’s how to plant and care for your own.
A large, spreading shrub with fluffy white flowers.
Typically flowers, pretty as they are, don’t get credit for changing a life. But Pam Penick says they changed hers.
Penstemons are a staple in Western gardens—and for good reason. Certain types of these native plants thrive on heat and drought. They prefer poor soils and, once established, require little water.
If you long for a rock garden but don’t have the space, or you want a home for some miniature plants that will look out of place in a big garden bed, or you are simply tired of looking at the same old pots, a hypertufa trough is right for you.
What’s round, blue, and deliciously good for you? Blueberries, of course!
in dry conditions.
From diminutive lingonberry plants to towering persimmon trees, native fruits are diverse and delectable.
This southeastern wildflower sizzles in the shadows with 2-inch-long, trumpet-shaped, fire-engine red flowers that open to yellow throats.
A vigorous climber with double, pale pink flowers.