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  • Design

    Gorgeous Vines for Shade and Privacy

    Gardeners are often looking to create areas of shade and privacy in their gardens. Flowering vines are a beautiful way to do both. Arbors, fences, and trellises can be made…

  • Design

    Episode 37: Vines Worth Buying

    We’re not talking about English ivy or climbing roses—but an array of far cooler plants

  • Design

    Some Favorite Plants

    Today’s photos come from Kelly Gage in North Carolina. An unusually heavy December snowfall for North Carolina totaled 15 inches! It wasn't fun to drive in, but it sure was…

  • Kitchen Gardening

    Seed to Fork

    Today we’re visiting Meg Cowden’s garden. We live in the western Twin Cities of Minnesota and enjoy a short and intense growing season. We relish pushing the season to its…

  • Design

    Gardens on Steps and Stairs, Part 1

    Greetings from Patty Clark in the Yakima Valley of Washington. Instead of posting photos of my rural garden, I am sharing photos I have taken during my travels. These photos…

  • Article

    Filling a Small Garden With Diversity

    Antigonum Cajan submitted these photos of his small but incredibly diverse garden in Puerto Rico. He’s shared his garden with us before, and today it is nice to revisit his tropical…

  • Kitchen Gardening

    Sorting through Hop Terminology

    There are a variety of different names for parts of the hop plant and things related to hop growing—since there are so many terms hopping about, I decided to do…

  • Article

    Plant It and Forget It

    As a garden designer and nurserywoman, I am always scouting for uncommon plants that have a long season of interest and are not fussy to care for. I like plants…

  • Design

    Plant Varieties to Try, Plant Varieties to Lose

    With the wide variety of plants at our fingertips, we should be experimenting with new plants all the time. But we often default to the same familiar cultivars, which is…

  • Article

    8 Plants with Long Growing Seasons

    It’s easy to see why spring reigns supreme in the garden. What’s not to love about the saccharine effusion of lilacs (Syringa spp. and cvs., USDA Hardiness Zones 3–8), irises…