Blistering temperatures above typical summer averages drive us indoors - into the comfort of our homes. But what about the plants in our gardens?
What’s not to love about sunflowers? There’s something warm, happy, and homey about them. They are also easy to grow!
Marigolds are easy to grow and reliable under a wide range of gardening conditions. Here are a few tips on growing the colorful flowers in your garden.
Zinnias are among the easiest annuals to grow. They’ll bring a breathtaking explosion of color to your garden when they are in bloom.
While decline in the numbers of whales, wolves, and tigers is cause for worry, we should not forget that bee populations are also dwindling
Gardening won’t address all our problems, but working with plants is a well-known stress reliever.
Countless landscape artists and amateur gardeners have successfully replicated the Mediterranean garden style in varying climates and terrain. You can, too!
A mini-meadow is essentially an area that gardeners have restored to the charge of nature. In these small plots, woodland violets, spring beauties, daisy fleabanes, and dandelions take precedence over Kentucky bluegrass and Zoysia. And for good reason.
The different varieties of hellebore tout a magnificent range of flower colors. Some have a surprisingly unique coloring, anywhere from white to soft lavender to black. This is among the reasons why this perennial has a place in just about any landscape.
In nature’s magnificent show, the morning glory undergoes costume changes like no other floral diva. With normal fluctuations in pH levels, its petals will shift color from blue to pink,…