A spring ephemerals that loves a spot under a deciduous tree.
If you can take the heat, try growing ghost peppers.
This Asian fruit tree is a four-season beauty.
When you look up at your favorite cedar tree and notice a gray-green scaly mat covering its branches, you’re likely to think, “Well, that tree’s a goner.”
Three methods of starting seeds indoors.
Give those big red geraniums a pass this year and find a scented one instead.
This lowland shrub hangs onto its fruit throughout the winter months.
A North American perennial that shoots out fiery purple-pink bloom spikes from early June to September.
This annual weed is so powerful and persistent it’s even found in restaurants.
Redbuds are a favorite small tree in many parts of North America.