We received many gorgeous photos, but these came out on the editors' short list
Show us your prettiest winter arrangements!
Everything you need to know about hydrangeas, all in one place.
Sharp cactus needles aren't a problem when you repot the better way!
Multiply your bulb-planting efforts by grabbing a pitchfork (or auger).
Show us your autumn garden and you might win one of three prizes from Santa Rosa Gardens!
A web extra to Fine Gardening issue #154
Here's a quick and easy way to perpetuate summer's crown jewels.
Kill weeds, not beloved plants, when using sprayed herbidices.
Fine Gardening and Longwood Gardens offer you the chance to win a lovely tome on a beguiling plant
The Homegrown / Homemade duo shows you how to pick a watermelon when it's at peak ripeness.
The Homegrown / Homemade team gives watermelons a perfect supporting cast.
Give your tomato plantlings a head start by planting them the smart way.
Why I cannot stand plant-related pet names
Get rid of this irritating plant in no time at all
A web extra to Nikki Jabbour's article in Fine Gardening issue #153
For small, organic apple crops, forget the pesticides, because there's a better way.
One of America's favorite gardens will be featured on PBS tonight. Don't miss out.
Not knowing what this is makes it that much harder to exercise.
Colors compliment one another while size and shape keep things varied
Ditch the straw and use a common kitchen textile the next time you reseed a patch of lawn
We've embraced technology in order to provide you with exciting new ways to learn
Friends from the Chelsea Garden Show have some facts and figures to share
To extend your peony bloom season, all you need is a flower bud and a refrigerator.
I never thought I'd live to see the day when designer hoses hit stores, but here I am.
A need for shepherds in the twenty-first century - yes please.
Find out how to cut back these beautiful, versatile shrubs.
Expert Dick Jaynes demonstrates how to properly prune this beautiful shrub
Potting up a container is a breeze when you have these tips and tricks up your sleeve
It might seem obvious, but this trick helps you remember what exactly you planted
Different cultural needs aren't a problem when you layer pots
Forget big, fragrant blooms. Steve Aitken shows you how smart shoppers pick roses at the nursery.
Worried about giving roses exactly what they need? Pot them up!
Homegrown veggies are good for the body and the wallet.
A bit of string makes lining up small seeds a cinch
Longwood's plant aficionado fields some questions about the subject of his new opus: the Victoria lily
A hidden secret will keep flowers standing tall longer
Not real blossoms, but the next best thing
These plants pack an unexpected fragrant punch
Celebrate the start of the growing season with Fine Gardening!
Are you helping or hurting your turf?
If you participated in our book giveaway and have been waiting for answers, here they are!
This genetically-modified crop is surprisingly attractive, until you looks past the gilded surface
Get inspired by these fantastic garden entries
Step up to Paul Zimmerman's challenge for a chance to win his new book: Everyday Roses.
On Saturday, March 9, Facebook chat directly with Paul Zimmerman, the author of Everyday Roses.
See some of the highlights from last weekend's pest-centered q&a
Save time and effort by donning a pair of rubber dish gloves.
Vote for your favorite!
We have a winner!
A web extra to Small Space Gardening
Avoid chaos in the garden by designing around themes
Come talk pests with Steven Ash, co-author and editor of Common Sense Pest Control
A pre-spring lesson in reuse in the garden
It's easy to create a one-of-a-kind daylily!
Who caught Cousin Violet's affront last night?
A new problem for an old favorite
What's the deal with using ashes as a soil amendment?
Experts from across the country answer your burning questions about this beautiful yet tricky group of plants.
Check out these fine additions to the stars featured in issue #150 of Fine Gardening.
Learn to spot and deal with this little speed demon.
A planting technique with a pedigree is becoming popular Stateside.
See more summer and winter shots from a garden featured in Fine Gardening issue #149.
Select your favorite garden and enter to win a free copy of the Front Yard Idea Book!
No tree is carbon-neutral, but which sort of Christmas tree has less negative impact on the environment?
It's more often about switching out the potting mix than upping the container size
The Golden State struck down a proposal to enforce labels on all G.M.O.s this past Tuesday - for better or worse?
Use matured hydrangea blossoms to create a beautiful, golden holiday wreath
A study conducted by Iowa State University reifies what most gardeners have been feeling for ages.
There was much ado about this progressive English town earlier this year. Now, hear about it straight from a citizen's mouth.
The mysterious book of predictions fields some questions from Fine Gardening
A proposal for a plant-filled park under the streets of New York City.
Pin up the best plant combination for a chance to fend off pests the friendly way!
Divide these spring-blooming beauties now and you'll be rewarded with more plants and blooms next spring.
Gardeners are some of the most generous people around, always digging, dividing, and passing plants along. Now, a website helps you take it to the next level.
Giverny hops across the pond!
Television meets your garden, for a brief moment at least
If your plants don't get the right nutrients, they'll fail to thrive. The composition of the potting soil is critical to the success of your containers, so make sure you match the mix to the plants.
Who will be lucky enough to win a free book?
Which of these 99 tomatoes is your best match?
These new releases are as entertaining as they are informative.
Forget the October storm and anachronistic snow banks with the help of these mums.
Why do these birds peck away at trees? And how do you stop them?
Deal with these pests in a humane fashion
Harness the fragrances and beauty of these one-season stunners
This quick slideshow shows you how to turn dried herbs and wholesome olive oil into a lovely moisturizer
Green leaves and a shot of red create an alluring plant collection
Editor Steve Aitken explains how three very different plants blend into one compelling combination.
Whether you want to start edibles from seed or shrubs from cuttings, you'll find useful information among these articles
The ultimate common-sense guide to growing garden roses.
Fuzz is cute on bunnies and peaches, not on your plants.