No matter where you garden, you very likely share your space with some kind of wildlife. Here are some of our favorite articles and resources for attracting beneficial wildlife and deterring animals that cause damage.
There are many factors to consider when choosing plants for your garden. Once you’ve narrowed the list to plants that do well in your environment, it’s common to start choosing plants by the color of their flowers or foliage. However, some garden designers argue that it’s better to choose plants first by shape, then worry about color. Read Article
Here’s a great way to suggest a water feature in your yard or garden without actually putting one in. Read Article
These plants are typically thought of as culinary herbs, but they have ornamental features for mixed gardens as well. Read Article
What’s an easy way to make sure my perennial garden looks interesting from spring through fall? Read Article
Here’s a piece of often-repeated advice for planting perennials: Always plant in odd numbers, in groups of at least three. But there are times when you can’t follow this rule. Read Article
I’d like to put it an all-white garden near my patio. Do you have any tips for the design? Read Article
Can you recommend a lawn grass for deep shade, or specific steps we can take to get it going? Read Article
Check out these annuals for special situations or easy maintenance.
Here are three interesting uses for annuals.
I’m looking for a true orange rose. I have tried about seven different varieties and found only ‘Gingersnap’ to be a true orange. Read Article