It’s simple to make a huge impact in your garden with these easy ideas.
New to gardening? In the market for easy gardening tips? We're sharing all of the gardening basics you'll need to turn your backyard into a stunner.
Plant your most fruitful tomato harvest ever with these seven tried-and-tested tips for success.
Arm yourself with a favorite tool and use these fresh ideas to say goodbye to unwanted plants.
Unexpectedly nutritious and tasty, dandelions have plenty of benefits. Read up before you yank ’em.
Travel back in time to discover unexpected uses for everyday plants.
We go behind the scenes to discover how AAS creates their award-winning plants, which are designed and tested to make your garden pop.
Seven tips for a thriving small-space garden.
Adopt earth-friendly habits and your yard (and wallet) will thank you.
Our best plant ideas to help you through even the coldest months.
Horticultural expert, Melinda Myers, answers six frequently asked gardening questions.
Learn about the classic holiday plant, Christmas cactus, and how to grow it.
When your green thumb is itching to dig in the dirt this winter, turn to amaryllis for a quick fix!
Help the declining pollinator population and become a bee champion.
Get the job done right with advice from an experienced gardener.
All it takes is a little know-how to find your next feast.
Add these resilient and reliable plants to your garden this fall.
The Certified Wildlife Habitat program from the National Wildlife
Federation has a new name: Garden for Wildlife. The program’s mission is the
same—providing food, water, shelter and places to raise young for birds and wildlife.
See how you can get involved.
Starting seeds indoors can help you get a jump-start on spring! Learn what you need and get tips for successful seed starting here.
There’s no need for “Dear Abby” in the garden. Just go to your gardening friends…
From coast to coast, we’ve compiled a list of some of the best public gardens in the U.S. Be sure to add these beauties to your travel bucket list!
Stack the odds in your favor by learning the gardening basics of these disease-resistant plants. They’re as breathtaking as they are tough!
Find out which invasive shrubs to avoid and what to replace them with.
Who says winter gardening has to be dull and boring? Take a look at some easy ways to add interest to your backyard this season.
Good things come in small plants! Learn more about these pint-sized veggies and how to grow them in your DIY vegetable garden.
Don’t put your trowel down yet! From reader tips to the do’s and don’t of windowsill gardening, we’re sharing the basics of gardening in winter.
Garden therapy has become a tool for learning, coping and healing for this Wisconsin woman living with cognitive disabilities.
Why should spring get all the glory? Learn the gardening basics of fall planting and find out why this is a prime season for gardening.
This helpful farmers market guide provides you with 33 of the best tips, hints and tricks for making the most of your local veggie stand.
Thinking of growing a backyard vegetable garden? Save time and money by avoiding these simple pitfalls.
Want to enjoy summer herbs all year long? We’ll show you how with these tips and tricks on drying herbs.
Harvest seasonal fruits this summer and preserve the flavor for months! We’ll show you how to dry fruit from your garden with these three simple steps.
Will Allen is the CEO and founder of Growing Power—the last working farm inside Milwaukee city limits. Get basic gardening tips from this prestigious award-winner.
Everyone loves a bargain, but gardeners are an especially resourceful bunch. Reuse odds and ends (you may already have around the house) with these recycled garden ideas!
From the bucks you’ll save to the boundless array of container ideas you can choose from, benefits abound when you plant perennials in pots.
Don’t have space in your own backyard? Join a community garden, and enjoy growing your own food in a public space.
New garden? No sweat! Skip the stress with no-dig gardens that are good to grow. Gardening is made easy with these alternative gardening ideas.
Get kids excited about gardening with some gardening basics and out lists of foolproof plants for kids.
Want a garden that’s beautiful all year long? It’s possible with these backyard gardening picks for year-round perennials.
Garden basics this are not! Walk on the wild side with these weird and wonderful bizarre plants.
Grow these backyard vines to brighten your autumn landscapes with blazing foliage, colorful berries and fetching flowers.
Take the guesswork out of your garden and put these tough plants to the test in your backyard.
It’s time to celebrate! The garden world is abuzz over this year’s arrivals, and we’re sharing our list of top 10 new plants for 2014.
Shop confidently for flowers and shrubs with these insider tips from the pros. Industry experts show you the gardening basics to follow for a better (and less expensive) buying experience.
Not sure how to tell the good from the bad when identifying weeds in your garden? We’ll help you figure out whether you should pull it up or let it grow.
Since water runs right through sandy soil, the growing conditions are rather dry, even if the area gets a lot of rain. These 10 plants for sandy soil don’t seem to mind.
Slow-draining clay soil makes life difficult for many plants. Not to worry: these 10 plants for clay soil thrive in it.
Low-maintenance and versatile, gardening with ornamental grasses is a great way to show off the grass in your yard as more than a tidy green carpet. With this comprehensive list of our top picks, growing ornamental grasses has never been easier!
Capitalize on every inch of your garden with these ground cover ideas to fill otherwise empty areas. Whether you’re working with sun or shade conditions, this basic gardening list features 12 of our ground cover favorites.
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.
Living in the far north or south can make for tough growing conditions, but we’ve got tips for easy gardening in these tricky spots.