These well-mannered guests will "dress up" your garden in return for dinner.
Five late-season strategies that are good for the birds
Gardeners in hot-summer areas need to choose their plants carefully.
The aromatic oils in basil release the spicy fragrance of cinnamon, anise, clove, or lemon.
Purple, burgundy, and black foliage may be an afterthought to gardeners who love sparkling, sunny colors.
An excellent container plant because of its consistent show of color, twinspur blooms from early summer to frost on slender spikes of apricot, shell pink, and mauve flowers.
Culver's root, a close relative of veronica, looks like a larger version of its relative.
The arching stems of snowberries bear abundant fruit clusters for birds to feast on each fall.
Bring warm colors to the summer garden with this beloved, easy annual.
Ornamental kale is one of those plants that’s so weird, it’s cool.