roses

  • Article

    Yvonne’s New Garden in Virginia

    Today we’re visiting with Yvonne Tsikata. My old garden was previously featured in GPOD. In 2017, we moved from that house to a new one. While sad to leave my…

  • Article

    More Months From Kielian’s Garden

    Last Thursday we were treated to shots of Kielian's garden in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana over four months of the year, and today we’re getting more views from the…

  • Article

    Joseph’s Favorite Flowers of the Year

    This is your GPOD editor, Joseph, sharing some photos with you today. As the gardening season winds down, I like to go through the photos I’ve taken over the year…

  • Article

    Jordan’s Mindful Garden

    Today we're visiting Jordan Mara's garden north of Vancouver, British Columbia. My garden is a little different than most—and that’s because my relationship with gardening had an unusual beginning. Rather…

  • Article

    Aissa’s New Garden

    Today we're visiting Aissa's garden in Linden, New Jersey. I moved from a tiny one-bedroom apartment to a townhome with a small backyard. After reading and researching ideas all winter,…

  • Article

    November in Carla’s Garden

    Carla Zambelli Mudry is welcoming us today to her garden in Malvern, Pennsylvania. November in my garden means fewer chores, and the garden is mostly put to bed. All of…

  • light yellow roses in bloom
    Design

    Spring-Blooming Roses for the South

    Spring-blooming roses put on a spectacular show early in the season, expending the same amount of energy in their single bloom period that other roses put into theirs over the…

  • Design

    GPOD on the Road: Butchart Rose Garden

    We’re back with what is going to be a semi-regular feature of taking the GPOD on the road to visit great public garden spaces. Today friend-of-the-GPOD Cherry Ong is taking…

  • pink flowers in a garden
    Design

    Extraordinary Roses for the Northwest

    When I talk to most gardeners about roses, they often roll their eyes. Yes, roses have been around forever, and here in the Pacific Northwest they are problematic at best…

  • pink climbing rose
    Design

    Carefree Climbing Roses for a Northern California Garden

    Climbing roses (Rosa spp. and cvs., Zones 3–9) add color, beauty, and vertical interest to your garden. They can transform bare walls, fences, pergolas, tuteurs, and obelisks into showy, bloom-filled…