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Grown in a patch or container, this fruit offers ripe rewards
There may be a prettier and more delicious fruit than the
Cooking with edible flowers is back. Not that it ever really went to seed, mind you. In fact, the practice has been
No matter your budget, space, or gardening experience, you can design an outdoor room that you’ll love spending time in—and we bet
Insects are an important part of your garden’s ecosystem. We’re giving you the low down on how to attract pollinators in your
Gnats are not so nice. Here are 3 of Grumpy’s foolproof tips for your gnat problem.
When I was a kid
If you ever find yourself wondering why a recipe calls for heirloom tomatoes, we have the answer.
An heirloom tomato is
How to get the most out of one of the South’s most popular plants
Few plants have made such an instant
Love this flower? We do, too. Here’s a little green thumb gardening advice.
Everyone has a favorite flower. While roses, hydrangeas,
If you’re sick of these varmints digging through your yard, there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.
The easiest flowers to grow from seed are tailor-made for cutting.
Zinnias are the Anne Boleyns of the garden: They love
How to grow fresh veggies and herbs all year long.
Kentucky garden designer Jon Carloftis remembers starting his career trying to
If your plants die overnight, take solace in the fact that you’re not alone
Southerners buy gerbera daisies by the thousands
They say it’s carefree, but it still needs some attention.
You’ve heard of all the hype about ‘Knock Out’ rose. “It
Depending on your outlook, this notorious plant can be a blessing or a curse.
No one waffles when you ask their
These 10 easy flowers draw butterflies to your garden all summer long.
I’m pretty sure you hate bugs. Almost everybody does.
No patience for a wilting garden? Follow these beat-the-heat growing tips
Summer is baking the South with extremely hot temperatures right
Does the color of corn really matter? You might be surprised.
You see a tower of green ears of corn at
Five rules to entice these beloved serpents.
Over the course of countless conversations with Southerners throughout the years, one truth stands
Succulent plants aren’t for dinner.
I like succulent plants at breakfast. I like succulent plants at lunch. I like succulent plants
Follow these four, easy-to-follow steps to master seasonal, garden-to-table arranging.
While Megan McHugh and Denise Richter have backgrounds in poetry and
From a salad piled high with heirlooms to a charred relish, there’s no match for the South’s sun ripened tomatoes.
Sliced, diced, or straight from the patch, our favorite springtime fruit is ripe for the picking.
Juicy plump strawberries are what
Whether these fungi are good or bad depends on what you do with them.
Summer is the time of year when
Get growing this fall with this fragrant no-fail trio.
Where To Begin Never grown herbs before? Then start with these three–oregano,
Everything you need to consider when chossing an indoor plant.
It’s commonly accepted that indoor plants can improve the air quality
Facts and myths behind the fabulous fall blooms
If you don’t know what you’re doing, growing your own dahlias can be tough.
How to buy, plant, and maintain fall’s staple flower 1. It’s better to buy plants with unopened buds
You’ll get more bang
Want to start gardening, but it just seems too hard? We’re here to help.
We get it: You want to start gardening,