Those tasty Asian pears you buy in the grocery store can be grown in your own backyard.
When you picture eggplants, do you think of huge purple monsters the size of a canoe? Think again. Today‚Äôs eggplants come in a variety of interesting colors and sizes.
A generation ago, gardeners helped save bluebirds from extinction. Continue the tradition by offering these beauties food and shelter.
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.
Romanesco broccoli—is it a work of art or is it dinner?
This adaptable spring bloomer will light up gardens on either side of the Mason-Dixon line.
Turn a handful of plain wooden birdhouses into a focal point in your garden.
Gourds have always been a favorite of many, and they are a very easy material to work with.
Add some fast color to your wardrobe—sponge, spray, or paint white sneakers with dye! You’ll love the colors, and no one else will have sneakers quite like yours.