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Danielle Sherry

  • Design

    Two Takes on a Courtyard Garden

    Some may say that the risks involved with designing a small space are far less than those associated with designing a big one. After all, if you mess up, you…

  • Podcast: Let's Argue About Plants

    Episode 35: Live from the Boston Flower and Garden Show

    A couple of weeks ago we recorded an episode in front of a live audience. This event took place at the Boston Flower and Garden show, so we thought it…

  • Design

    The Best New Plants for 2019

    New plants. Has there ever been a more alluring pairing of words for gardeners? My answer is a hearty N-O. Like most gardeners with a pulse, the staff here at…

  • How-To

    Southern California: March To-Do List | Regional Report

    Deadhead winter annuals. Plants like Iceland poppy (Papaver nudicaule, annual) and pansies (Viola × wittrockiana, annual) benefit from a haircut to encourage a new flush of blooms.   Give your…

  • Podcast: Let's Argue About Plants

    Episode 34: Daylilies

    Truth time: We feel pretty “meh” about daylilies. However, there is no denying that they are tough, low-care plants that have lovely large blooms. They are also relatively disease-free and…

  • Article

    Midwest: March To-Do List | Regional Report

    Search for seminars. March is perhaps the most popular time for gardening conferences and seminars hosted by Master Gardener associations, botanical gardens, and university extension services. Check their individual websites…

  • Article

    Northern California: March To-Do List | Regional Report

    Feed broadleaf evergreens. Camellias (Camellia spp. and cvs., Zones 7–9), rhododendrons, and azaleas (Rhododendron spp. and cvs., Zones 3–9) can be fertilized once they’re finished blooming. You can also prune…

  • Article

    Southern Plains: March To-Do List | Regional Report

    Start planting out. Spring planting begins in earnest this month, both for ornamental plants and in the vegetable garden now that the soil is ready to be worked and the…

  • Podcast: Let's Argue About Plants

    Episode 32: Fast-Growing Perennials

    Every gardener has dreamed at one point or another of an “instant landscape.” Unfortunately, none of the home-shopping networks sell a garden that matures quickly. (Trust us—we’ve checked). The next-best…

  • Video

    Good Design Is Worth the Wait | Garden Tour

    Last summer, during a stretch of particularly hot weather in the Midwest, Fine Gardening traveled to the beer capital of the United States: Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After a short drive down…