The Sky's the Limit. Things are looking up with this "vine" way to elevate your landscape.
By gardening with the environment in mind, you can help the earth's ecosystems while having a beautiful backyard.
If you're looking for plants that thrive in the shade, get our top ten list of shade bloomers.
Got shade? Don't look at it as a detriment...but as an opportunity!
For goof-proof results in cold conditions, count on these plants.
How to see the country's best botanical gardens for free. (No, really!)
You might think bigger plants would suffer without an abundant supply of water, but a surprising number of trees and shrubs hold up just find during drought conditions.
Leftover window blind slats make great plant identification stakes. They're easy to make-scissors and a permanent marker are all you need.
Information on shade gardening in catalogs, gardening in catalogs, gardening books and plant tags can leave a new gardener a bit overwhelmed, if not confused. Who know there were so many different kinds of shade? Here's a quick guide to sort out the terminology.
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The battle between gardeners and wildlife is as old as gardening itself. Remember that pesky snake in the Garden of Eden? You may not have snakes in your garden, but odds are you'll find deer, rabbits or other critters chewing their way through it.