Wake up your lawn with designs of tall grass.
Some people's gardens always look as though they were momentarily expecting Architectural Digest's photographer. Others look as though they've been stirred up with a giant spoon and never tidied up.
If you have bare ground but don't want more lawn, evergreen ground covers are very good.
Who eats what in this feathered kingdom.
A few simple strategies to make your garden less labor intensive.
Planning a garden around a theme, such as a fairyland or outer space, allows kids to create a growing space that means something special to them.
Long relegated exclusively to lawns, grasses are now becoming the darlings of the perennial garden.
One of the joys of summer is making time to read technical journals and publications that pile up on the floor that have been saved for these less hectic, lazy days to get new understandings of how gardens grow.
Ideally, bird plantings should be a blend of trees, shrubs, vines and flowers that provide food over a long period.
Hostas have become almost synonymous with shade gardens, and with good reason: hostas are hardy, vigorous, and reliable.