Twenty-six years ago, my wife, Nancy, and I moved into our house and the wild tangle of dense forest we called a backyard. We've had many battles with our landscape since then, but none like the devastation we faced from Hurricane Katrina.
Stop deer and rabbits from nibbling on your garden with these great plant suggestions.
Our resident pink flamingo in the field takes a stand against critics of this misunderstood 1950s lawn ornament.
Does your tree, plant or flower have these spots on them? It could be one of these diseases. Here's how to control them.
Our friends at Taste of Home magazine share readers’ top picks for using lesser-known veggies in the kitchen.
This creative northern gardener brings the beach to her backyard.
With its soft, dappled light, a shady backyard can be a soothing retreat...or a barren disappointment. A shady spot loses its charm when its only distinguishing features are bare earth, a few tufts of grass and a handful of spindly plants. But there's a simple formula for making shade work for you...
Rusty Brauner of Mandeville, Louisiana shares his top picks for shady plants.
Find out if Melinda is coming to a garden show near you!
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See if Melinda Myers is coming to a garden show near you.