We aren't the only ones attracted to beautiful flowers. Butterflies need the nectar that many flowers offer to survive.
Over 15 million households in the United States grow herbs—in vegetable and perennials gardens, in containers, or on windowsills.
Patio gardens soften the transition between indoors and outdoors by bringing plants into outdoor living areas.
Most gardeners know that for the best results in their vegetable gardens, flower borders, and lawns, they need to start with fertile soil.
One secret to achieving lush, healthy lawns and bountiful gardens is thorough, careful watering, which encourages deep, drought-resistant roots.
Here are some general guidelines on setting your transplants into the garden.
It's no surprise that roses are among the most popular ornamental garden plants: they're beautiful, fragrant, and easy to grow in most climates.
The effect of a brilliant mass of blossoms is impressive, especially in spring.
It's common knowledge that compost improves water drainage, fertility, and structure of garden soil.
Some of the most spectacular gardens found anywhere are on the rooftops and patios of the world's largest cities.