Since January 2010, Fine Gardening has offered Garden Photo of the day, a weekday email that features staff and reader photos of gorgeous gardens, intriguing design solutions, hardscape, wildlife, and more. Most of these have not appeared in the magazine.Garden Photo of the Day is produced by Fine Gardening associate editor Michelle Gervais, who is always on the lookout for new photos to feature. If you'd like to submit some of yours for consideration, send them by email, along with a brief description.Here's a sampling of popular posts, as rated by our readers' recommendations and comments, to give you an idea of what you can expect when you sign up for Fine Gardening's Garden Photo of the Day. Each weekday morning, you'll get to visit cool gardens from all over without ever leaving home. You'll glean design ideas for your own garden. It's your passport to instant garden bliss and enlightenment. Sign up now... Visit the Garden Photo of the Day blog... A planter box on steroidsA nursery owner created this planting for the porch of his Minnesota home. Springtime at LongwoodThis Pennsylvania garden is worth a visit anytime, but it's especially beautiful in spring.. Blooms in the desertWinter-hardy annuals make a spectacular spring display in the Utah desert. Woolly thyme like tumbling waterIn Ohio, woolly creeping thyme flows into a dry creek bed like water spilling over the rocks. A not-so-humble hell stripEach season, the tiny hell strip in front of a village store in Connecticut sports a new design. Wisteria at Dumbarton OaksMid- to late April finds the wisteria at Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, DC, in full flower. The most beautiful hosta in the worldIn a Delaware, front yard, a gorgeous hosta stands guard to the left of the walkway. A funky chair-turned-planterA metal chair without a seat is a perfect opportunity to make a creative statement in a garden More baby hummingbirdsA well-camouflaged hummingbird nest and its hatchlings in California. From eyesore to eye-catchingWhat to do with a tree stump too huge to remove? Turn it into a garden feature. A garden gate fit for a gardenerEntry to this Napa, California, vegetable garden is through a gate crafted from garden tools. This plant's future is in your handsKeep this hydrangea, or rip it out? You be the judge. A memorial garden in VirginiaBucking convention, an 80-year-old upsized his home and garden when he relocated. How aggressive is it?Here's a gorgeous sweep of houttuynia. What's your experience with this plant? Dripping with atmosphereA backdrop of Spanish moss turns a California sitting area into something out of a fairy tale. A lawn of thymeIn June, it's "thyme" for a pink lawn in this Minnesota front yard. Running out of room for plants?Check out the living wall at Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco. Containers by Cherry OngAttractive plantings by a reader in British Columbia. From one pack of seeds...Foxglove reigns supreme in this Massachusetts garden. In the mistA misty morning scene at the Chicago Botanic Garden's Japanese garden in October. Related Articles Come Talk Roses with Paul Zimmerman on Facebook! Promising News From Iowa Q&A: Some flowers can change color Todmorden: The Town Where You're Allowed to Eat the Park View the discussion thread.