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Combine the season’s hottest hues in a vibrant mix of annuals, perennials, and shrubs.
You container gardeners are growing savvier by the
Whether you’re seeking a once-in-a-lifetime vacation or an affordable weekend escape, we’ve sniffed out two unforgettable treehouse trips for any budget.
The luscious leaves of collard greens look as good as they taste.
Easy and versatile, collards have graced Southern gardens and tables
Try planting colorful salvias for glorious autumn blooms that are second to none.
Move over, mums. Your status as fall’s showiest bloomers
You’ll love the brilliant colors and delicious flavors you can harvest from your own Oriental persimmon tree.
You may already be familiar
This sweet living succulent wreath is eye candy indeed. We love the unexpected beauty of the lush green wreath.
Display it as
Create a miniature winter garden with ethereal air plants—no soil required!
Now is an ideal time to try air plants (Tillandsia sp.).
Combine several English ivy topiaries and a clipped lemon cypress to accent a garden table.
The Display: Combine several English ivy topiaries
Set a welcoming scene with elegant ivy orbs placed by the door.
The Display: Go bold with elegant ivy orbs by the
Fill the void once occupied by holiday decor with this quick fix from your garden center.
The Display: English ivy topiaries that
Craft a harmonious display by planting in a well-proportioned container.
The Big Idea: With topiaries, you can toss out the rule about
Condition topiaries with bright light and a moderate temperature.
The Big Idea: Is it too decadent to reserve a room of your
Keep plants healthy, no matter where they’re displayed with these tips for topiaries.
The Big Idea: Even if conditions aren’t perfect (too
Nothing beats the cool-weather blooms of primroses in vibrant hues.
Now is the time to walk down the primrose path. Primroses put
Create a long-lasting centerpiece that starts with a handcrafted container.
If names such as Hewell’s and Louisville Stoneware sound familiar, that’s because
Spring is the ideal time to flaunt Pantone’s Color of the Year, the prettiest shade of purple-pink.
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Brighten an entry with colorful pots that prove three’s company, not a crowd.
Admit it—you find yourself stalking certain houses because you
Keep these gorgeous flowers wilt free with our tried-and-true secrets.
Just like you, we’re crazy about lush French hydrangeas. These showy blooms
Want to make your hydrangeas really last? Dry your blooms and they’ll keep for several years.
Editor’s tip for drying hydrangeas: If
Grow fresh, tender summer squash all season long right in your own backyard.
Summer begins with the first picking of yellow squash
Framed by elegant walls of boxwoods, an extraordinary Virginia garden awaits.
Charlie Seilheimer vividly recalls the first day he experienced the pastoral
Cook with fresh herbs straight from your garden with these Test Kitchen tips for planting herbs.
Kitchen herbs grown right in my
Compose a dazzling combination of tropical color that’s so hot it’s cool.
Tropical Container Recipe 1. Persian shield 2. ‘Maui Gold’ elephant’s
Plant now to fill your fall with the tasty leaves of this Italian heirloom.
Tuscan kale has lots of names. It’s also
You will be surprised by the juicy, sweet flavor of this crisp fruit.
You may have never heard of Asian pears, but
You don’t need a fairy godmother to make something magical with pumpkins.
The Big Idea What do you get when you combine
Cast a spell on friends and neighbors with an enchanting autumn display that lures them right to the front door.
The Big Idea
Forget the magic wand. All you need to charm your outdoor guests is a colorful assortment of pumpkins and mums.
The Big Idea Bring the
Give your doors and windows a seasonal upgrade with a series of hanging Indian Corn Badges.
The Big Idea: Ribbons of burlap