With a little planning, you can grow a range of fragrant plants, hardy or delicate, to transform your garden into a sweet-smelling paradise.
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.
You can use stem cuttings to create more forsythia plants. Here’s how.
Every dog-lover knows that the backyard and garden can be a fun place for dogs. But a huge number of plants are highly toxic – even deadly – for our canine friends.
Pansies are easy to grow and require minimum care. Available in a wide variety of individual colors and mixes, the plants can be started from seed either indoors or in the garden.
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.
The easy-to-grow, low maintenance daffodil will add a bright splash of color to your flowerbeds and will return year after year. The key is to plant and care for them properly.
Zinnias are among the easiest annuals to grow. They’ll bring a breathtaking explosion of color to your garden when they are in bloom.