Basic gardening advice is available everywhere you look, but not all of it is right. Learn more from the authors of Decoding Gardening Advice.
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.
Looking for a healthier lifestyle? Find how just how good gardening for your health can be!
Looking for ways to eliminate garden insect pests, without resorting to pesticides? Get our tips for controlling garden bugs.
Make the most of your time and space with a smarter way to plant your garden.
Give your garden a jump-start this year by starting seeds indoors.
Learn the basics for enjoying rich, beautiful colors in your backyard this fall.
Learn how to keep your favorite potted plants with these answers to the most-asked questions about overwintering.
Get back to your basic gardening roots by understanding native plants.
Drying herbs helps preserve summer’s abundance for the dark days of winter. Learn how to dry herbs here.
Learn how to compost, and you’ll be amazed at how easy it really is. Build this DIY compost bin and get started!
Here are 37 basic garden plants you don’t want to grow in your backyard.
Pruning shrubs, trees and vines establishes a stronger framework, improves growth, removes diseased or damaged branches, and improves color, flowering and fruit production.
As gardeners, we can be romantic, irrational and headstrong. If we lose our heads to a certain plant, there’s no stopping us. It might be a plant we fell in love with while on a Hawaiian vacation or the pages of a gardening book. We have to have it! And the quest is on…to get the plant and grow it well.
Taking cuttings is a great way to expand—or share—the beauty of any garden. Perhaps you’d like to preserve a flower with family history, increase your collection of favorite blooms or reproduce that hard-to-find plant.
Our step-by-step instructions teach you how to divide perennials to give them new life in the garden.
An informative guide to your basic gardening tools.
The only thing better than a healthy and beautiful plant in your garden is a free healthy and beautiful plant. It’s easy to spend over $100 at a greenhouse or nursery. But you don’t have to shell out big bucks to get big results.
Start composting with these easy gardening tips.
With this eco-friendly, free and easy gardening method, you’ll have a better garden in just a few weeks.
Learn more about your soil with these two quick and easy at-home soil tests.
These 10 thrifty basic garden ideas are perfect for the resourceful gardener and use materials you have around the house.