Here are some favorite perennials and annuals that benefit from deadheading, and some tips on how to do it.
Here are some popular perennials that bring the same scorch-proof color to your garden year after year.
Fenway Park's master groundskeeper shares his two top tips for maintaining a lush lawn.
Creeping mahonia is the 2009 Shrub of the Year, according to the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum.
This North American native fruit tree is cold-hardy and adaptable, has glossy dark green leaves, and bears delicious fruit every fall.
In the wild, this rare flower grows in damp, cool spots that get a bit of direct sunlight. The showy lady’s slipper is Minnesota’s state flower.
An aggressive biennial that threatens native plants and wildlife in the eastern half of the United States and Canada.
Clusters of yellow-green flowers about 6 inches long cover this tree in the late spring.
Wild petunia (Ruellia humilis) is found in prairies and meadows in most of the eastern United States.
Powdery mildew is a windblown fungus that begins in small patches and forms a white powdery coating over leaves, stems, flowers, or fruit.