Fall-flowering favorites, as well as choices for beautiful autumn foliage, berries, and seeds, that will keep the color alive in your garden this fall.
Two gardeners combine massive boulders and intricately textured plants to create a visual feast for the neighborhood.
As the garden takes on its winter attire, it’s an ideal time to consider where you might want to spice up your outdoor décor. Here are a few tips to help you select and place your garden art.
Look beyond your own fence to link your garden to natural habitats.
Follow these simple design strategies for turning narrow sites into noteworthy gardens.
Shrink your lawn to reduce mowing and improve your yard's ecosystem.
The vegetable garden may be the Cinderella of the gardening world. No longer left behind to do all the work while her flowery stepsisters become belles of the ball, this formerly unadorned, straight-rowed patch is finally taking center stage donned in an array of ornamental finery.
Add color, texture, and weed-control with the right mulch.
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.