Sometimes the best time to sit down and enjoy the garden is at the end of the day.
As a gardener, you work hard to create a beautiful landscape. So it only seems natural to carve out a few areas where you can pull up a chair and admire your achievements.
Even when drained of its vibrant summer colors, the winter garden can still be a visually interesting landscape.
Spark up your late-summer garden with plants that add color and interest even as fall’s cooler temperatures arrive.
Welcome guests with an entrance that syas, "Come on in!"
Transform your shade garden from gloomy to glorious.
Why do artful objects—such as sculptures, architectural artifacts, and birdbaths—have such an impact in the landscape?
A retired couple turns their Hawaii garden into a true tropical paradise.
Susana Nystrom, a native of the tropics, had a lot to learn about Minnesota gardening. Two decades later, her lush cottage garden is one of the prettiest in the city.
Using layers of ledger stones and masonry mix, you can create a natural-looking wall that stands about 2 feet tall and looks at home in any garden setting.