This native shrub finds a way to succeed spectacularly in the most unfriendly of habitats.
Smart strategies to make the best use of your gardening time—so you can enjoy your garden more!
Fall is the time to plant shrubs; follow our four steps to adding a shrub to your space.
This northern finch lives off of Arctic birch and willow seeds before heading southward into any area with ample seeds—old fields, grassy roadsides, and your garden.
A sun-loving, bloom-crazy, rough-and-tumble annual, Mexican Sunflower boasts red-orange flowers on bushy, sturdy branches.
Look beyond your own fence to link your garden to natural habitats.
Make sure you get plenty of water while working in your garden by taking periodic water breaks.
These small trees have been popular since they were introduced to the U.S. about 150 years ago. They tolerate bitter cold, summer heat, heavy pruning, road salt, a variety of soils, and some shade.
Follow these simple design strategies for turning narrow sites into noteworthy gardens.
Shrink your lawn to reduce mowing and improve your yard's ecosystem.