As temperatures begin to drop, it is time to take one last look through the garden to be sure that everything is put away for winter.
In spring, some gardeners sharpen the pruners and eagerly start to tackle unruly plants.
To help cultivate the budding gardeners in your life, consider these tips from the National Wildlife Federation.
Whether you need healing in your garden or you're looking for a place to unwind, the following elements will help bring serenity to your space.
Garnish a favorite dish with these colorful blossoms from your garden.
Keep your tomato plants healthy—learn to identify these common diseases and problems.
Top picks that say romance.
Patience is one of the hardest gardening tools to use, particularly when it comes to planting spring bulbs now for next year's bloom.
Plant a fragrant, purple carpet.
Do you have spring-blooming bulbs (tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, alliums, etc.) that you forgot to plant in autumn?