Oh, the blessed climate of California, where frost rarely if ever threatens the magnolia blossoms. Read Article
BY C. COLSTON BURRELL / Free Union, Virginia, Zone 7 I am a lustful gardener. I once referred to myself as a chlorophyll addict, and an earnest voice asked who had bestowed my certification. Though I joked that she had … Read Article
The baseball season and the gardening season coincide in Kansas City, Missouri. Early spring is a time of warm-ups and optimism on both fronts. Read Article
Signs of spring can be seen in Virginia gardens as early as December.
When I think about what defines Southwest style in our gardens, I usually think about succulent plants with bold shapes, seasonal wildflowers, or rocky arroyos, but lately I’ve had my mind on a more mysterious garden element: the shrine. Read Article
BY MARTY ROSS/Kansas City, Missouri, Zone 5 I have retired from competition at the local flower show, but there was a time when my annuals were unbeatable. My friend Henry Marder might dispute this, but, as I recall, I trounced … Read Article
Michael Dirr is one of those rare, driven individuals who make the rest of us look like we’re mired in Jell-O. Read Article
All gardens need to be revised from time to time. Here’s why and how.
Here’s how to make a bog garden in a container.
These wildflowers are the first to bloom in the Rocky Mountains.
These houseplants do well in Texas homes and gardens.