Hot peppers bring intense flavor to your meals and bright color to your garden—and best of all, they’re easy to grow.
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.
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.
Don’t overlook biennials—follow our tips on adding these beautiful self-seeding flowers to your garden.
Popular for its lemony scent and bright white flowers, sweet bay magnolia is a perfect solution to add color and scent to that area in your yard that doesn’t drain well.
Add color with these popular summer-blooming perennials, all of which are recommended as the best bee-balm cultivars by the Chicago Botanic Garden.
Think big with these easy-to-build containers for large plants.
This spring, along with their favorite radishes, lettuce, and peas, gardeners have a new cool-weather variety to try—the broccoli hybrid ‘Blue Wind.').
It’s a mystery why this carefree edible isn’t more common in gardens, as it offers beauty and practicality all season long.