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Here’s a garden you just can’t miss.
It’s an unwritten rule worth breaking. You know, the one that says you must plant
Enjoy billowy garden blooms inside your home.
When and Where The best time to cut hydrangea blooms is when the petals start
These world-class evergreens deserve a special place in every Southern garden.
Sultry as a summer evening and as intoxicating as an exotic
The weeping form of a young Chinese fringe suggests it will be a small plant at maturity, but looks can be deceiving.
Ask yourself three questions before buying and planting these beautiful bloomers.
I have a soft spot for azaleas. I associate them with Easter
Plant spring-to-summer flowers.
They provide dependable color for months with only occasional attention. What’s not to love about annuals? “For Southern gardens
Follow these simple guidelines for an abundance of blooms.
Use pots en masse for a burst of color. Vary the shapes of
We’ve answered a couple of your most often asked questions to get you started.
There’s something reassuring about flowers that come back
For this gardener, happiness is rooted in soil and nourished by the successes of seasons past as well as the promise of
Use these tips for choosing, freezing, and using fresh berries for all your favorite recipes.
Test Kitchen’s Favorite Berry Recipes
Here are some excellent choices for your garden. You’ll love their color and fragrance.
Above all other flowers, Southerners love roses, especially
If we’ve said it once, we’ve said it a million times: San Francisco real estate is brutal. Remember this crawl space for $500
Sure, they’re called annuals, but buy their seeds once, and you’ll have blooms year after year.
For continuous color, you can’t beat
From summer to fall, dahlia flowers wow us with mind-blowing colors and a myriad of forms and sizes. Learn how to create
This easy-to-grow flower will make your heart sing from now until frost.
Everything about an angel’s trumpet is dramatic: Pendulous floral bells
With billowing clouds of white flowers, these native shrubs will lift your garden to higher ground.
In the woodlands of the Deep
These beautiful blooms will give your winter arrangements a bold new look.
Harvest-colored flowers take many forms–some traditional and some unexpected. This
Plant combinations help put this flower’s best face forward.
Poinsettias are an upstanding holiday tradition, with colorful blooms held high on arrow-straight
These tips ensure success with the season’s favorite flower.
Even though these tough-as-nails annuals can withstand numerous seasonal challenges, it’s important to
This might look like an expensive garden project, but really it’s a cheap way to get lots of impact.
One bag of
They’re beautiful, affordable, come back year after year, and they’re blooming their heads off right now.
The hot month of August is
Early spring can test your patience, but don’t jump the gun on planting summer plants like caladiums. To avoid the pitfalls, we
Trim Noisette roses back in early spring and again in late summer to encourage heavy blooms. We also offer other tips on
Want easy impact for a sunny yard? There’s a variety of plants to fit your needs.
Colorful Plants for Containers
Whether you want pink or blue, it’s easy to change the hue of your hydrangea blooms.
Here are a couple of tricks
Prepare your garden in the fall for a beautiful surprise next spring.
Only seven flats of annuals and a few choice perennials
This native flower tops the list for easy, long-lasting color.
Hurray for Heinrich Hagemann! Now that’s a sentence you don’t say every
The quest for the ultimate daylily launches a garden by the sea.
From early May through late June, every dawn finds Charles
Make a big statement by letting your annuals do the talking.
Listen up. Your flowers have something to say: Pick one color,