‘Westerland’ is considered a modern climbing rose. It develops canes that grow vigorously, producing orange-tinged apricot flowers into autumn.
A lady’s slipper came up in my yard. Someone told me it doesn’t like being moved or fertilized. Any suggestions?
I want to start a flower garden this year. What should I know before I get started?
What should I do when spring bulbs start to sprout in late winter?
Can I plant daylilies around the base of pin oak trees?
I started it 10 years ago from trimmings from a neighbor’s columnar yew, much to my husband’s skepticism.
It’s tempting to think that a machine might solve all your garden-labor woes—from taming a weed-dominated patch to working in a cover crop to creating a new bed.
There are people who profess that weeding is their all-time favorite gardening task. They swear a Zen-like calm comes over them as they yank, tug, and uproot their creeping Charlie and quackgrass.
Composting is a little like cooking. Anyone can do it, but doing it well and in large quantities is an art that demands skill and dedication.
As droughts drag on in many parts of the country, sprinklers have fallen out of favor.