black-eyed susan

  • ‘American Gold Rush’ black-eyed Susan Rudbeckia × ‘American Gold Rush’

    A Trouble-Free Black-Eyed Susan

    When I think of black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia spp. and cvs., Zones 3–9), my mind conjures up images of the gold rush of the late 1800s, with covered wagons racing across…

  • Design

    A Garden That Works With Nature Instead of Fighting It

    Today we’re visiting Anne’s garden on the outskirts of Ottawa, Ontario. Our garden is a happy mix of cultivated and naturalized plants situated on alvarlike terrain in a rural development…

  • Design

    Having Fun Digging In

    My name is Kat, and I’ve been gardening for two years in a small town in Ontario, Canada. Our village is in a rural area, and I’m very lucky to…

  • Design

    Marrying Garden Design to Architecture

    Today’s photos come from Jac Blanco in Detroit. We purchased this house two years ago (July 2016), and at that time the front was not visible from the street because…

  • Article

    Good Friends Make a Great Garden

    Alice Fleurkens shared these photos of her garden, which is thriving thanks to generous friends who pitched in when she needed them. My husband and I live in Sweaburg, Ontario.…