MichelleGervais, Senior Editor | March 21st, 201412 comments
Good morning, everyone! Today's photos are from Donna Beaton in northern New Jersey. She's taking us on a visit to the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx, where she saw the Chihuly Glass exhibit...
Susan_Jensen_Smith, Administrator | March 18th, 20142 comments
Indeterminate tomatoes will grow forever if frost, extreme drought, or some other thing does not kill them. Pruning can keep that endless growth in check, but you first need to choose a means of support for your plants. The best method is to support the plants from above.
Antonio_Reis, Product Manager | March 14th, 20141 comment
What do we think of when we picture spring? Daffodils, of course.
Michelle Gervais, Senior Editor, adores 'Actaea'
'Actaea' daffodil (Narcissus 'Actaea', Zones 3-9)I love poeticus daffodils. They're so cute with their tiny little cups and...
MichelleGervais, Senior Editor | March 14th, 201427 comments
Two days in a row in Massachusetts! Today's photos are from Amy Murphy. She says, "I have a large suburban garden in the Boston suburbs. It is a formal garden with brick lined paths of gravel, stone...
MichelleGervais, Senior Editor | March 13th, 201421 comments
Last week we enjoyed a bunch of photos of Kathy Fink's Japanese maples (refresh your memory HERE). You guys wanted to see more, and she delivered! Today she says, "Here are more spring photos of the...
Eager to improve your design chops? There’s nothing better than taking in a local garden show. That’s where you’ll find talented designers and builders displaying a broad range of garden styles to inspire you.
Eager to improve your design chops? There’s nothing better than taking in a local garden show. That’s where you’ll find talented designers and builders displaying a broad range of garden styles to inspire you. Part I of II
Julie_Moir_Messervy, Contributor | February 21st, 20141 comment
It’s been about seven years since I last wrote for Fine Gardening, and a busy seven years it’s been. I’m so pleased to “come home” to Fine Gardening once more! My team and I have so many new ideas and ways of thinking to share with you all, and we'd love to know what you'd like to read about here. Please ask questions and send comments!