Those tasty Asian pears you buy in the grocery store can be grown in your own backyard.
This blooming tree is beautiful—and it provides fruit for pie!
This cousin of ficus is less fussy but just as pretty as a houseplant.
This adaptable spring bloomer will light up gardens on either side of the Mason-Dixon line.
Red currant fits into just about any landscape and provides delicious red fruit.
Most of us know jade plant as an easy-to-grow houseplant that looks like a miniature tree.
Though not the easiest ground cover to grow, wintergreen offers great ornamental value.
Serbian spruce has a graceful, spire-like shape and drooping side branches that sweep upward.
Few things spark up a dull winter landscape like the glowing red-orange stems of coral bark willow.
Winterberry provides a spectacular fruit display from autumn into winter.