We must have this new lobelia in our gardens! ‘Starship Deep Rose’ blooms earlier than other varieties of cardinal flowers. It has better branches that are upright and firm, and the plant will bloom its first year—a definite plus … Read Article
Every garden needs a showcase plant, something to make you stop in your tracks and look in awe. Sometimes called specimen plants, these garden additions are often rare, unusual or just plain demanding of the spotlight. If you are … Read Article
If you have tubers in winter storage you are probably getting ready to move them back into the garden. But is it too early? Late spring temperatures can fluctuate, leaving some gardeners pondering if this is the week for planting … Read Article
Join us for a new Smart Gardening Online Workshop with guest gardening expert Helen Yoest. Foraging is hot right now, but did you know there are berries in your own back yard that you can eat? In her workshop Good … Read Article
Registration is now open for Horticulture’s 2016 series of Smart Gardening Online Workshops! Among them, Kate Copsey presents The Downsized Veggie Garden: How to Garden Small Wherever You Live, Whatever Your Space. In this new smart gardening online workshop you will … Read Article
In this episode, Kathy Cropp talks with Adina Nance of Gro Green Organics.
Kathy Cropp talks with Dan Long, owner of Brushwood Nursery, about choosing and caring for vines and climbing plants. Read Article
In this episode, Kathy Cropp talks with Don Dobbs, who has been the general manager of Willhite Seed for 50 years. Don shares new developments in seed varieties—especially in watermelons, which have long been a Willhite specialty—and he offers advice … Read Article
Listen to this free podcast to hear Kathy Cropp describe the benefits of Garden How-To University and talk with Diana Warren about garden learning in general.
Want to keep your garden looking great all summer long? Don’t miss these garden maintenance tips from co-hosts Jayme Jenkins and Teresa O’Connor of Nest In Style. They share summer garden advice on some of the best methods and products … Read Article
Plants are the source, at least in part, of most of our most basic needs–food, clothing, and shelter–and as gardeners, we know they give us beauty, wonder, livelihood. As gardeners, we also know plants aren’t all good, and in fact some are downright dastardly. Are they friend or foe? Read Article