Untangling Ipomoea
Untangling Ipomoea
Tips for Growing Monster Beeksteak Tomatoes
Tips for Growing Monster Beeksteak Tomatoes
The Prettiest Garden Lavenders
The Prettiest Garden Lavenders
Planting Showpiece Meadow Gardens
Planting Showpiece Meadow Gardens
Favorite Garden Poppies
Favorite Garden Poppies
Diverse, Decadent Dahlias
Diverse, Decadent Dahlias
12 Poisonous Garden Plants to Avoid
12 Poisonous Garden Plants to Avoid
 Five Best Ways to Save Water in the Garden
Five Best Ways to Save Water in the Garden
Seven Easy Butterfly Flowers
Seven Easy Butterfly Flowers

Want butterflies? A kaleidoscope of gossamer-winged beauties all a flutter in a cloud of garden flowers that you planted? The truth is, creating a butterfly garden is pretty effortless, because many truly easy garden flowers are big on the butterfly palate. And butterflies eat with their eyes, so the flowers they love are generally the vibrantly hued flowers that we love, too. Click here to read more.

Five Long-Lasting Lilacs
Five Long-Lasting Lilacs
The High-Protein Vegetable Garden: Beans and Grains
The High-Protein Vegetable Garden: Beans and Grains
Monarda or "Unsung Beebalms"
Monarda or "Unsung Beebalms"
Slow Flowers
Slow Flowers

IN THE COMMERCIAL CUT-FLOWER INDUSTRY, it’s not easy being green. In response, an influx of eco-conscious growers and designers are embracing the so-called Slow Flower Movement—aided by a suite of savvy writers and other advocates furthering their cause. Choose sustainable cut-flower sources!

Native American Berries
Native American Berries

Edible berries native to North America feed wildlife and offer untamed, flavorful pickings for hikers and roadside harvesters. Native blueberries, gooseberries, raspberries, and others pack a punch of flavor unmatched by garden-variety hybrids—anyone who has tasted a wild blueberry pie knows store-bought berries are no match! Discover native berries suited to your own yard or garden.

Gardening for Native Bees
Gardening for Native Bees

Honey bees (Apis mellifera) may garner more of the limelight, but North America is also home to approximately 4,000 known native bee species that are just as agriculturally, horticulturally, and ecologically important. Learn smart ways to garden for native bees.

Antique Garden Books
Antique Garden Books

Reading antiquated gardening books can feel like finding buried treasure. They tell of times when tools and garden plants were simpler and planting designs classic. Many deliver loads of useful, old-timey tips and techniques, making them that much more fun to read. And they tend to be beautifully illustrated—all the more reason to seek them out. Link to article