An arch of delicate, creamy white, bell-shaped flowers.
A delicious new variety for 2010.
A gentle giant in the garden with bright yellow blooms.
A small but furiously destructive pest.
A new cultivar for 2010 that will keep your garden bright with eye-popping yellow.
A classic beauty that blooms all summer long.
Fairy gardens are increasingly popular these days. Here’s how to plant and care for your own.
A large, spreading shrub with fluffy white flowers.
Typically flowers, pretty as they are, don’t get credit for changing a life. But Pam Penick says they changed hers.
Penstemons are a staple in Western gardens—and for good reason. Certain types of these native plants thrive on heat and drought. They prefer poor soils and, once established, require little water.