DanielleGardenGirlDanielle Sherry, Newtown, CT, US
Clematis trials at the Chicago Botanic Garden separate the great varieties from the merely good (and not so good).
Are you looking for a geranium to grow this year? Download geranium trial results for more than 100 varieties.
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Contributing editor Allan Armitage dances the Hustle for charity
It's flower and garden show season around the country, and Steve Aitken and I were lucky enough to head out to Seattle a couple weeks ago to check out the Northwest Flower and Garden Show. Check out our videos to see what you may have missed.
It's environmentally friendlier to cut-your-own tree
Fall sales at the nursery may be too good to be true
Plants growing on the outside of buildings
A visit to Blithewold gardens in Rhode Island.
Since Fine Gardening is located in Connecticut, it's not often that we are visited by fun gardening friends from other areas of the country. So we were thrilled to learn that Amy Stewart of Garden Rant infamy would be swinging through earlier this week to do a reading from her new book, Wicked Plants, at a local bookstore.
If I actually get to harvest any snow peas this year, it will be nothing short of a miracle. Rearing them has been a struggle from the start. First, thinking I was smart, I decided to sow my pea...
Two things let me know it's spring each year. The first is the witch hazel blooming in my garden. The second is opening day for the Boston Red Sox.
Ripken the Sussex spaniel likes to hide out in the hostas.
They're ugly, they smell kind of bad, they're well-worn--but I love them.
I'm thrilled that the garden season is on temporary hiatus. OK, thrilled might be too strong of a word...I'm relieved. Truth be told, this past spring/summer/fall kicked my butt.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving and stay away from the bittersweet.