Add beauty to your flower garden with our recommendations for prized backyard vines. From fast growing vines to climbing flowers, take a look at these prized picks.
Freshen up your flower garden with these expert recommendations, tips and ideas that can make any yard look like a million bucks.
Just because temperatures drop off late in the year doesn’t mean winter gardening has to follow suit. With these striking plants, winter blooming flowers, and some gardening basics, you can boost texture and add hints of color to your yard.
Spread the splendor of your garden with these 10 beauties, perfect for starting from plant cuttings.
You don’t need a lot of space to start a rock garden. Find a corner of your yard or garden and give it a try to see if it suits you first.
Ready to take butterfly gardening to the next level? Plant butterfly host plants to give caterpillars a place to grow!
Yellow flowers add a splash of cheerful color to the garden. See our top picks and recommendations.
Gardening zones define where you live – but not necessarily what you can grow.
These easy-grow perennials will brighten your garden for years to come.
These new plants made the top of our list in 2013. Check the list and add a few to your garden!
Our top tulips were chosen for their wide variety of color, size, and bloom time.
Plant these flowers in your cutting garden, and enjoy fresh bouquets all season long!
Break free of tradition – most perennials are fine for transplanting almost any time of the year.
Plant a rain garden to make better use of the water nature provides.
Healing happens outside too. Learn how to plant a healing garden for outdoor therapy anytime.
Tough as nails, but they’re pretty, too. Turn your black thumb into a green thumb with our picks for the top 10 plants you can’t kill.
Stick to your plant budget by harvesting seeds from these 10 flowers.
Keep these seed-bearing plants in your garden all winter long, and the birds will thank you for the extra food source.
With a sunny window and a little patience, you can grow tropical plants for your home.
Add gusto to your garden with these flavorful, edible flowering plants that you can harvest for culinary purposes.
Indoor bouquets in mind? Here are our top 10 picks for flowers for a cutting garden.
The new black is just black when it comes to the world of horticulture. Check out some of our favorite black plants for your backyard.
When other blooms are past their prime, looks to these fall flowers that attract butterflies to keep your garden alive with color.
Fuzzy flower heads contain hundreds of tiny nectar-filled florets, attracting butterflies from near and far.