Late winter is hard on a gardener! You've had a break from outdoor work and enjoyed the holidays. Now, your green thumb is itching, even though the days are still short, and the garden is not yet awake.
Poinsettias are a holiday staple for most people. Check out these three new varieties from Paul Ecke Poinsettias.
Plan your garden today with these 50 expert tips.
With gardening chores on the back burner for most of us, winter is the ideal time to think about the growing season. Follow these 25 tips to sketch out landscapes that are sure to flourish with minimal upkeep and without pricey do-overs.
Just because temperatures are bound to cool off over the next few months doesn't mean your garden has to follow suit. Keep things lush and colorful with plants that continue to shine late into the season, even in winter.
This holiday favorite is a winter delight.
Consider how the conifer brings year-round interest to foundation plantings, perennial borders and landscapes both great and small.
Learn how to save your geraniums and other favorite plants from winter.
Jump-start your garden weeks ahead this year. Plant seeds indoors it's easier than you think!
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Start growing these holly varieties in your backyard. They're sure to attract birds and add interest to your landscape!