What possesses us to put bells and chimes in our gardens?
There is debate about whether local produce really tastes better, or if we just think that it does.
A good rule of thumb is to prune any of these varieties soon after they have finished blooming.
This garden underwent a multimillion dollar update with the construction of a modern, two-story glasshouse.
Thinking back to my grandparents’ yard, I don’t recall that they ever applied fertilizer.
Do you “branch out” when planting your patio pots?
My “no fuss” solution is to let the grass grow around the tree bases, like inverted grass skirts!
The flowers are hardly noticeable, but, oh, that scent!
Some spreading plants are horrors; others are your best friends.
The June garden brings berries and roses and so much more. It’s an explosion of bloom.
Even the Tulip Poplar gets in on the act!
“Who loves a garden still his Eden keeps” — A. Bronson Alcott The May garden is…
Scavenger hunts are interactive fun and keep kids of all ages entertained in the great outdoors.
Brightly colored and persistently blooming throughout the growing season, it is hard for any gardener to resist the lure of annuals, even as those doe eyes watch you dig your planting holes.
There are some plants that have escaped deer “predators” year after year.