Read about three edible ornamental options for your backyard. They look nice and are edible--what a great combination!
Melinda answers more summer gardening questions.
Bougainvillea add a tropical touch to gardens and containers with its vibrant color.
Does the thought of eating sweet Bing cherries straight off the tree or harvesting tart Montmorency fruits for pie make your mouth water?
If you answered "Yes," ask yourself, "How daring are you?" Growing your own cherry trees isn't for the faint of heart.
A color wheel is a great tool for selecting complementary colors that thrill not chill your senses.
The splash of a container garden adds brilliance where you least expect it. It's the perfect way to brighten up a front entrance, expand a vegetable garden or soften a deck, porch or patio.
Equal parts of green and brown help to break the compost down, is a good guide for creating fast compost
Celine and Brian Carlson didn't have a grand plan for landscaping their new property in rural Scandia, Minnesota. All they knew was that they wanted an arbor...a big one.
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Daylilies are one of the best ways to savor summer. These perennial favorites unfurl new blooms every day, so there's always a fresh face in the flower bed to enjoy.