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  • Article

    Pick a Color, Any Color

    Last spring, we challenged our readers to design a container that featured a single color. Whether you have a passion for purple, a yen for yellow, or an obsession for…

  • How-To

    Pressing Flowers

    Know how and patience are all you need to preserve summer’s bounty

  • Article

    Scary Plants For Your Halloween Garden

    Halloween is around the corner, and to celebrate, here are 10 examples of plants fit for a horror film.

  • Article

    Regional Picks: Plant This With That – Northwest

    Plant This: Sunset Celebration™ rose Name: Rosa ‘Sunset Celebration’ USDA Hardiness Zones: 6 to 9 Size: 3 to 4 feet tall and 3 feet wide Conditions: Full sun; moist, well-drained…

  • Article

    Dividing Irises

    I know many gardeners have a strong aversion to division. But as a gardening mentor of mine used to say, if it’s all right to remodel the house, it’s all…

  • Design

    Regional Picks: Alternatives to Invasives – Southeast

    Invasive - Bradford Pear (Pyrus calleryana cvs.)     1. ‘Okame’ Cherry Name: Prunus ‘Okame’ USDA Hardiness Zones: 6 to 9 Size: Up to 20 feet tall and wide Conditions: Full…

  • Design

    Regional Picks: Alternatives to Invasives – Northeast

    Invasive - Yellow Flag Iris (Iris pseudacorus)     1. Cardinal Flower Name: Lobelia cardinalis USDA HardinessZones:: 2 to 8 Size: 3 to 4 feet tall and 1 foot wide…

  • Kitchen Gardening

    Pest-Fighting Flowers

    Growing flowers alongside your veggies can greatly help in the fight against pests.

  • Article

    Roast Your Own Sunflower Seeds

    Here's how to harvest and roast your own sunflower seeds from your garden.

  • Article

    Five Flowers to Dine On

    Daylily, nasturtium, monarda, viola, and squash blossom are more than just pretty faces. Handled with care, these tasty beauties travel gracefully from garden to plate.